a person or thing that .
By Friday, Mercury opposes Chiron, forcing your resistant mind to listen to your body, which is fairly aching for stress relief.
Your Week: What the Stars Predict Starsky + Cox August 27, 2011
She’s wonderful but she gets up entirely too early every morning and is way too resistant to going to bed at night.
Mommy’s Little Secret? Coffee And Booze. Sally Kohn May 10, 2014
Hunt, however, was resistant to the public-interest argument.
Lord David Puttnam Saves BSkyB Clive Irving July 12, 2011
I think it’s not merely that they are resistant to changing gun laws.
Surprise, Surprise: Gun Violence in Red States Michael Tomasky April 2, 2013
What seems newly in evidence is how resistant women are, consciously or not, to putting one of their own in power.
The Sexism Revival Daphne Merkin November 18, 2008
But, once a given theory proved workable, how resistant he would be to a new theory.
Anything You Can Do Gordon Randall Garrett
Being heavy and resistant to weathering, they are also concentrated in placers.
The Economic Aspect of Geology C. K. Leith
For once Lady Caroline made a quick, resistant gesture, as if some impulse prompted her to speak sharply and decisively.
A True Friend Adeline Sergeant
Like those of Vulpina, the roots are slender, hard and resistant to phylloxera.
Manual of American Grape-Growing U. P. Hedrick
The muscles of his cheeks moved in hard lumps beneath his fists as if he were champing some resistant substance.
The Iron Furrow George C. Shedd
characterized by or showing resistance; resisting
impervious to the action of corrosive substances, heat, etc: a highly resistant surface
(in combination): a heat-resistant surface
a person or thing that resists
c.1600, from French résistant, present participle of résister (see resist). In reference to diseases or drugs from 1897.
a phenomenon in an electric, acoustic, or other such system in which the impedance is tending to infinity.
the act of restoring; renewal, revival, or reestablishment. the state or fact of being restored. a return of something to a former, original, normal, or unimpaired condition. restitution of something taken away or lost. something that is restored, as by renovating. a reconstruction or reproduction of an ancient building, extinct animal, or the like, showing […]
an advocate of , especially of some political or religious doctrine. a reviser. any advocate of doctrines, theories, or practices that depart from established authority or doctrine. of or relating to revisionists or . attempting to reevaluate and restate the past based on newly acquired standards. Contemporary Examples I wish I could get onto the […]
an overthrow or repudiation and the thorough replacement of an established government or political system by the people governed. Sociology. a radical and pervasive change in society and the social structure, especially one made suddenly and often accompanied by violence. Compare . a sudden, complete or marked change in something: the present revolution in church […]