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Origin of resilience
Examples from the Web for resiliency
“Dr. Addison has shown strength and resiliency during an extremely difficult time,” an embassy spokesperson tells me.Let’s Free Stacey Addison, The Oregon Woman Jailed at the Ends of the Earth|Christopher Dickey|October 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is still a shell of what it once was but its resiliency is undeniable.
With resiliency and grace, the Gores triumphed over such setbacks with extraordinary accomplishment.
With resiliency and grace, the Gores triumphed over setbacks with extraordinary accomplishment and determination.
Fort Hood this fall had just launched a new “Resiliency Campus.”
That resiliency which had kept him from going before under terrific stress stood him in good stead now.The Hidden Places|Bertrand W. Sinclair
It is obvious from this that the sap wood excels in tensile strength the red wood in compression strength and resiliency.Hunting with the Bow and Arrow|Saxton Pope
Silence is economy and resiliency is superior to resistance.Creative Chemistry|Edwin E. Slosson
This capacity seems to account for the resiliency of personality and social organization in dealing with threat and danger.
The ball is similar to that of the tennis court, made in Spain with a high degree of resiliency and costing five dollars.The History of Cuba, vol. 5|Willis Fletcher Johnson
1620s, "act of rebounding," from Latin resiliens, present participle of resilire "to rebound, recoil," from re- "back" (see re-) + salire "to jump, leap" (see salient (adj.)). Cf. result (v.). Meaning "elasticity" is from 1824.