Valves of the Aorta of a cartilaginous texture, as if beginning to ossify.
There is a general growth to be observed, and the bones are beginning to ossify.
The latter will always take care of themselves—the danger being that they rapidly tend to ossify us.
Convictions harden and grow, and differences magnify and ossify as the controversy progresses.
But Philip seemed to ossify, every cord and muscle of his body frozen to stone by the conflict that raged within him.
The other element, the cartilaginous brain-box, does not ossify, and tends to become absorbed (p. 124).
The first vertebra to ossify is the second or third cervical, and the ossification gradually extends to those behind.
To be overwise is to ossify; and the scruple-monger ends by standing stockstill.
"And give you indigestion and see you ossify for want of exercise under my indulgent eye," retorted her mother.
Maimuni, through his religious Code, gave rabbinical Judaism a strong hold, and on the other hand he helped to ossify it.
ossify os·si·fy (ŏs'ə-fī')
v. os·si·fied, os·si·fy·ing, os·si·fies
To change into bone.