Transiliency
Transilience Tran*sil"i*ence, Transiliency Tran*sil"i*en*cy, n. [L. transiliens, p. pr. of transilire to leap across or over; trans across, over + salire to leap.] A leap across or from one thing to another. [R.] ``An unadvised transiliency.'' --Glanvill. [1913 Webster]

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  • Transilience — Tran*sil i*ence, Transiliency Tran*sil i*en*cy, n. [L. transiliens, p. pr. of transilire to leap across or over; trans across, over + salire to leap.] A leap across or from one thing to another. [R.] An unadvised transiliency. Glanvill. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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