Synonym: bouncy, live, lively, springy. Similar words: client, resident, president, residential, presidential, alien, resist, resign. Meaning: [rɪ'zɪlɪənt] adj. 1. recovering readily from adversity, depression, or the like 2. elastic; rebounds readily.
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1. She is very resilient to change.
2. Lone parents have to be self-reliant, resilient and inventive.
3. Children are often very resilient.
4. This rubber ball is very resilient and immediately springs back into shape.
5. These plants are very resilient to rough handling.
6. Rubber is a resilient material.
7. Rubber is more resilient than wood.
8. He'll get over it—young people are amazingly resilient.
9. The company proved remarkably resilient during the recession.
10. She's a resilient girl - she won't be unhappy for long.
11. The body of the camera makes it highly resilient to outdoor use.
12. Any chemical treatment will leave hair less resilient than before.
13. She has resilient character and will soon be cheerful again.
14. That is not because the economy looks suddenly resilient.
15. More individual lives make the ecosystem more resilient.
16. Jim Harbaugh has been very resilient all year.
17. Resilient sheet, ceramic tile, wood?
18. The enemy proved far more resilient than expected.
19. Young, charming, talented; she was also more resilient than he had anticipated.
20. But the new West Indies proved encouragingly resilient, repeatedly getting up off the canvas to deliver the final knockout punch.
21. Exceptionally resilient, Lillie embarked on a new career - as an actress.
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22. Vladek in old age has lost the resilient bounce, if not the courage and obstinacy of his youth.
23. In comparison, their achieving schoolmates are much more resilient, less fearful, and less needful of the approval of others.
24. After her initial prostration, Constanze proved remarkably resilient, and began to demonstrate her innate capacity for organization.
25. It's light, breathable, compressible and very resilient, and nothing synthetic can equal its softness and lofting capabilities.
26. When the U.S. stock market collapsed in October 1987, the Japanese stock market was the most resilient.
27. Probably for this reason, it has proved a remarkably resilient idea.
28. On the surface, at least, most of the children seem remarkably resilient.
29. Confounding nearly all expectations, he and his cut-throat regime proved highly resilient.
30. Although cob walls contain no stone, apart from the footings, they are remarkably resilient.
More similar words: client, resident, president, residential, presidential, alien, resist, resign, residence, resistance, presidency, lenient, ancient, patient, incipient, nutrient, recipient, efficient, scientist, transient, diligently, scientific, ingredient, sufficient, orientation, at present, represent, respondent, resplendent, for the present.