noun. ['ˈrɪgɝ'] something hard to endure.
- good nature
Rhymes with Rigor Mortis
Sentences with rigor-mortis
1. Noun Phrase
The body of a person who dies goes into a state of rigor mortis within two to four hours.
2. Noun Phrase
About four hours after death, rigor mortis will start to set in.
3. Noun Phrase
Cadaveric spasms happen at the moment of death and persist through rigor mortis.
4. Noun Phrase
It is possible to mistake a cadaveric spasm for rigor mortis.
noun. ['ˈrɪgɝ'] excessive sternness.
- good fortune
- good luck
noun. ['ˈrɪgɝ'] the quality of being valid and rigorous.
- good weather