Definition of Nonresilient

1. Adjective. Not resilient.

Similar to: Inelastic



Definition of Nonresilient

1. Adjective. Not resilient. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonresilient

nonresearchers
nonresectional
nonresemblance
nonreservation
nonreserve
nonreserved
nonreset nodus sinuatrialis
nonresidence
nonresidences
nonresidencies
nonresidency
nonresident
nonresidential
nonresidents
nonresidual
nonresilient (current term)
nonresin
nonresinous
nonresins
nonresiny
nonresistance
nonresistances
nonresistant
nonresistants
nonresister
nonresisters
nonresisting
nonresistor
nonresistors
nonresizable

Literary usage of Nonresilient

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1. Alcohol and Health: Seventh Special Report to the Us Congress by Louis Sullivan (1997)
"Further evaluation of the resilient and nonresilient children of alcoholics indicated differences in the two groups in temperament, communication skills, ..."

2. Bismuth paste in chronic suppurations by Emil G. Beck (1915)
"In nonresilient cavities, such as bone cavities, the mass is penetrated from all sides by fibroblasts and gradually replaced by connective tissue, ..."

3. Food from Peace: Breaking the Links Between Conflict and Hunger by Ellen Messer, Marc J. Cohen, Jashinta D'Costa (1998)
"... deterioration or perceived scarcities that push populations over the line into nonresilient decay or violence (for example, Homer-Dixon 1991). ..."

4. Skin and Venereal Diseases (1908)
"... the prostate on its floor, and removal of the prostate, together with the nonresilient scar tissue. In such cases patients will slowly regain control. ..."

5. Police Body Armor Standards and Testing by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1992)
"O1, which was issued in 1978, specified the use of a nonresilient backing material for testing both deformation and penetration. ..."

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