ballsiness

ballsiness

(ˈbɔːlzɪnəs)
n
daring; courage
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Co-star Emily Blunt embraces her character's ballsiness with gusto amidst a miasma of eye-popping digital effects that look even more spectacular in 3D.
Few modern actresses embody working-class pluck and ballsiness on screen as compellingly as Swank and Tony Goldwyn's film provides her with another meaty central role that wrings tears and fury in equal measure.
CONVICTION (15, 107 MINS) Starring: Hilary Swank, Sam Rockwell, Minnie Driver, Melissa Leo, Juliette Lewis FEW modern actresses embody working-class pluck and ballsiness on screen as compellingly as Hilary Swank.
Opening any gay-themed establishment in the '80s was an extremely brave act, but Little Sister's bookstore in Vancouver, Canada, took ballsiness a step further.
I've always been very comfortable with my masculine side - the confidence, the ballsiness.
I think I was a little afraid because, you know, you need a certain amount of ballsiness to make a documentary.
We are about heroism, ballsiness, and feeling the pump up there, and it is fantastic.
They come on with this ballsiness which borders on arrogance but they really deliver
In April 1975, facing an utterly demoralized country and an understandable case of writer's block, Havel committed an act of such sheer ballsiness that the shock waves are still being felt in repressive countries 30 years later.
Friedman writes, "she burst historical boundaries with a determination, a ballsiness, and a sexual bravado that no woman (surely not from an American middle-class background, anyway) had ever displayed so openly", yet Friedman's accounts paint Joplin as a temperamental child obsessed with sex and drugs as much as with music.
Personally, I much prefer the ballsiness of the virtual Ruby- though I appreciate that many people would like the chance to taste her Charlotte Royale in person.