Word of the Day (resilient)-11JUL21

Word of the Day (resilient)-11JUL21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is resilient and it is an adjective meaning “(of a person) able to recover quickly from difficulties/problems, quick to bounce back; adaptable, flexible; strong, sturdy”.

Example Sentence: Ashleigh Barty battles past Karolina Pliskova to clinch first Wimbledon title. Here it is. Twenty-five days before Wimbledon began, Barty was forced to retire from the second round of the French Open with a hip injury. Barty revealed on Saturday that her team did not tell her the full severity… “I think them not telling me that just proved how much we were against the odds,” she said… She used all of these challenges as a platform to produce at times the best big match tennis of her life and at others the most mentally resilient.

Word of the Day (resilient)-11JUL21

This word is present in The Guardian article Ashleigh Barty battles past Karolina Pliskova to clinch first Wimbledon title and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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