Origin of resilience
Related formsnon·re·sil·i·ence, nounnon·re·sil·i·en·cy, noun
Examples from the Web for resilience
Throughout the next year, the city changed but it's resilience never did.
They each have a unique struggle and their own reserves of resilience and humor.Filming a Beautiful Town in Decay: ‘Rich Hill’ and the Elusive American Dream|Tracy Droz Tragos|July 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I am awed by the resilience of these people whose sexual identities are literally a matter of life and death.
The Resilience Project will mail kits to individuals who sign up to participate.
This summer, the Resilience Project will begin accepting DNA samples from individuals around the world.
The German temperament has not the initiative, the resilience, which are the prime conditions of a successful revolution.German Problems and Personalities|Charles Sarolea
He saw that authority can be made exceedingly profitable to those who display dexterity and resilience in dealing with it.Command|William McFee
For pedestrians who are knocked down by motor-cars the resilience of this material would be a great boon.
The ball did not rebound as it used to; the resilience was petering out.The Drums Of Jeopardy|Harold MacGrath
Here not only strength, but toughness and resilience are important.The Mechanical Properties of Wood|Samuel J. Record