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buck2 (informal) to oppose or resist stubbornly or with determination. [1/7 definitions]
cutwater the upstream face of a bridge pier, designed to resist moving water or ice. [1/2 definitions]
defy to resist or challenge openly; act against the wishes or decrees of. [1/3 definitions]
fend to provide defense; resist. [1/3 definitions]
fiber in diet, certain plant carbohydrates that resist digestion but speed the digestion of other foods and ease intestinal evacuation. [1/5 definitions]
fight the capacity to resist or struggle. [1/9 definitions]
fighter one who has the will or determination to struggle or resist. [1/3 definitions]
geostatic of a building, bridge, or other construction, able to resist such pressure. [1/2 definitions]
irresistible impossible to withstand or resist.
mothproof to prepare (a material) to resist infestation by or damage caused by moth larvae. [1/2 definitions]
nonresistant one who does not resist, esp. one who refuses to use violence or force either in self-defense or in opposition to arbitrary or illegal authority. [1/2 definitions]
oppose to think, act, or be against; resist or obstruct. [1/3 definitions]
outface to confront (danger or the like) bravely; defy or resist. [1/2 definitions]
photolithography a technique or process of offset printing in which an image is photographically transferred onto a metal or paper sheet that is then developed and specially treated to resist ink on all but the transferred image.
pressurize to make in such a way as to resist outside pressure. [1/2 definitions]
prestressed concrete concrete reinforced with steel cables, wires, or the like, which have been embedded in it under tension and thus actively resist loads.
-proof able to resist or withstand, or protected from or against, (something specified). [1/2 definitions]
repel to resist integration or absorption. [1/7 definitions]
repress to resist conscious awareness of. [1/3 definitions]
resistless unresisting; powerless to resist. [1/2 definitions]
right (cap.) those who tend toward conservative political views and resist changes to existing economic or social conditions (usu. prec. by "the"). [1/28 definitions]