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Able to endure tribulation without cracking

He’s resilient, and strong, but sometimes tonight, here, the weight of what he’s saying makes him stop, pause as if lost.

having the quality of springing back to a former position
Capable of returning to original size and shape after deformation
{a} leaping back, rebounding, recoiling
Able to weather tribulation without cracking
Leaping back; rebounding; recoiling
recovering readily from adversity, depression, or the like
rebounds readily; "clean bouncy hair"; "a lively tennis ball"; "as resiliant as seasoned hickory"; "springy turf"
People and things that are resilient are able to recover easily and quickly from unpleasant or damaging events. When the U.S. stock market collapsed in October 1987, the Japanese stock market was the most resilient. + resilience re·sili·ence the resilience of human beings to fight after they've been attacked
The ability of a material to withstand temporary deformation and assume its original shape when the stresses are removed
Resilient is a resource attribute representing a type of capacity A resource with resilient capacity can have its capacity value temporarily depleted during the execution of a task At the end of the task, the capacity value will return to its initial value
{s} elastic, flexible, returning to the original shape after bending or stretching; cheerful, buoyant, quickly recovering from sadness or failure
Something that is resilient is strong and not easily damaged by being hit, stretched, or squeezed. an armchair of some resilient plastic material. + resilience re·sili·ence Do your muscles have the strength and resilience that they should have?
In a resilient manner
elastically, with the ability to resume the original shape; cheerfully, buoyantly, in the manner of recovering quickly from sadness or failure