bouncebackability


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bouncebackability

to become successful after having failed

bouncebackability

(ˌbaʊnsˌbækəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
informal the ability to recover after a setback, esp in sport
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Semi And, only five games in, malleable Albion are demonstrating real bouncebackability under Bilic.
"It was one of those days and we have to come out fighting and show some bouncebackability," said Murrall.
Waterford's bouncebackability All five of Waterford's wins have been with clean sheets.
Joe showed real bouncebackability after last week's tango didn't go so well.
NEWCASTLE Diamonds' team manager George English is looking for bouncebackability from Ludvig Lindgren and his men tomorrow night as they take on mighty Glasgow Tigers in a SGB Championship match at Byker (6.30).
To borrow Iain Dowie's phrase, one of the signs of a genuine promotion contender is their bouncebackability.
"It was a great response to going behind today, though, and if you want to be where we are in the table and even higher you have to show consistency and great 'bouncebackability' from upsets.
| BOUNCEBACKABILITY: Ella Wilkinson, Bethan Williamson and | |Lauren Williamson, from Birkenhead, were medallists at last year's Trampoline, Tumbling and DMT British Championships
"It is all about bouncebackability and we have definitely got that in this changing room."
IT'S all about bouncebackability tonight for Castleford and Huddersfield as the two clubs look to shake off the bitter disappointment of their Ladbrokes Challenge Cup capitulations last weekend.