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Resilient in a sentence
Definition of Resilient
(of objects or substances) Returning quickly to original shape after force is applied; elastic | (of systems, organisms or people) Returning quickly to normal after damaging events or conditions.
How to use Resilient in a Sentence?
Evidently the instrument had rebounded from the
surface of the bamboo.
There was no sign of the native girl, and the
moss retained no tracks.
The bedding rested on wide
straps fixed to the cross-bars at top and bottom of the bed.
We average three months of beautiful, smooth,
and joltless roads each year.
Her spirit was too
for futile moping, and her purpose too firmly held to be abandoned on one reverse.
imagination cannot endow them with form: the intelligence is balked at every essay to penetrate
His legs moved smoothly, surely, and unhurriedly, carrying him aimlessly along the
walkway, under the warm glow of the streetlights.
Not only is it weakest, but being more
than the portions below it, it suffers more from the alternate movements of expansion and contraction of the foot than does the horn below.
She gave the impression of an easy and felicitous balance of forces, a complex of
strength, to which we poor Anglo-Saxons rarely attain.
Short Example Sentence for Resilient
Hope lifted its
bones tell the tale of brutes viler than men?
She went by with her quick and
tread, her cheek royally red.
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