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That resiliency which had kept him from going before under terrific stress stood him in good stead now.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
His very essence is resiliency under difficulties, an unabashed and undefeatable front.
ADVENTURES AND ENTHUSIASMSE. V. LUCAS
After a few games it became deflated, with the resiliency of a soggy sponge.
ROUGH-HEWNDOROTHY CANFIELD
The vividness and resiliency of the life of man is being fast crushed under organisation, tabulation.
ONE MAN'S INITIATION--1917JOHN DOS PASSOS
Our spirits rose with the instant resiliency of youth, but what a task that reaping proved to be!
A SON OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND
Added to this we find that the abnormally flat condition of the sole has resulted in a great loss of resiliency.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
She knew him well enough to be sure that, sooner or later, the resiliency of his nature would assert itself.
JILL THE RECKLESSP. G. (PELHAM GRENVILLE) WODEHOUSE
On the way home he recovered his cheerfulness with an almost boyish resiliency.
A DAUGHTER OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND
The resiliency of a deviated cartilaginous septum is more completely overcome by this method of operating.
A SYSTEM OF OPERATIVE SURGERY, VOLUME IV (OF 4)VARIOUS
There is a spring in it which possesses resiliency, and it is that which drives the wheels.
SCIENCE AND MORALS AND OTHER ESSAYSBERTRAM COGHILL ALAN WINDLE
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