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resilient
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
able to withstand strain and/or quickly recover from it — such as a person retaining a positive attitude, or a material returning to its shape after being bent, stretched, or pressed
  • As I passed the bed I stepped on something warm, resilient, and rather smooth.
    p. 185.4
resilient = able to withstand strain
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