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It isn't a word. It's resilience.

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You are correctington.

????

Err, it's in the OED. :lol:

I think this is an IT specific definition, possibly corrupted by management idiots who may / may not have been across the pond.

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NotoriousREV said...

It isn't a word. It's resilience.

Level of resilience.
or
Resiliency.

Similar, and both correct.

If you look, in the American dictionaries in which it is published it has exactly the same definition as resilience hence there being no requirement whatsoever to add the "y" to it.

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RichardMajor86 said...

NotoriousREV said...

It isn't a word. It's resilience.

Level of resilience.
or
Resiliency.

Similar, and both correct.

Nope.

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Ah, you're saying it's redundant, not incorrect.

Down with this sort of thing!

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Next step is to introduce the word "resiliencyness" (we have the same trend in French :? )

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Lots of resillyness in this thread.

Si_ said...

Ah, you're saying it's redundant, not incorrect.

Down with this sort of thing!

like Comet staff who work for Comet? ;)

And don't get me started on people who now use "obligated" when the mean "obliged".

exiges said...

And don't get me started on people who now use "obligated" when the mean "obliged".

:evil:

I've come across 'interpretate' a couple of times.:evil:

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And then there are those who try to appear educated/polite by saying yourself/myself when they mean you/me

My boss said I was 'very vocabulated' today. she knew it wasn't a word thankfully.

Si_ said...

Ah, you're saying it's redundant, not incorrect.

Down with this sort of thing!

Careful now.

:lol:

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exiges said...

And then there are those who try to appear educated/polite by saying yourself/myself when they mean you/me

Aaargh, yes that's very annoying!

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