Use Ossify in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] 1. turn to bone; 2. become fixed and rigid (behaviors or ideas) ;
Their skulls are mostly broad and short, and are often incompletely ossified.
The other main obstacle to reform is the ossified nature of the opposition.
We’ve got ossified political structures like the tax reform and the immigration code.
Their bones are better ossified and their skeletons stronger than those of amphibians.
I want people to read this book before they become ossified and turn hard as stone.
We need flexibility in our governmental system , not some ossified , static monolith.
China’s traditional system of education has sought to make students accept fixed and ossified content.
Topol calls the medical community ossified for its hesitance to embrace wireless technology .