Re*sist`i*bil"i*ty (-?-b?l"?-t?), n..

1.

The quality of being resistible; resistibleness.

2.

The quality of being resistant; resitstance.

The name "body" being the complex idea of extension and resistibility together in the same subject. Locke.

 

© Webster 1913.

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