Bouncebackability


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Bouncebackability

A slang term for the ability to turn an adverse situation into a success.
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Hopefully, we can have some bouncebackability this weekend when we visit Westoe.
Not if his Spartans side show more determination and desire, consistency and confidence, and a touch of bouncebackability.
We talked and we invented probably some sort of ESPN phrase, it was bouncebackability.
The man who created the already hackneyed concept of bouncebackability must inspire his Coventry City team to do exactly that when Crystal Palace come calling this afternoon.
A quote from a Record sports report is used to illustrate the word: "We then showed some true bouncebackability when we equalised.
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.
His fading 2013/14 form was reinforced by the reception he received on occasions at Sixfields but the old saying 'form is temporary, class is permanent,' could not be more apposite as he proved with dazzling bouncebackability, as another former City boss would say, at Stadium:MK.
They showed great bouncebackability by hammering Reading 6-1 in their next match before a hit-and-miss festive period.
FOLLOWING midweek defeats, both Newcastle and Manchester United will be looking for that bouncebackability factor in front of the TV cameras for tomorrow's early kick-off as the Toon look to silence Old Trafford.
Maybe they should take a close look at Wrexham who know all about bouncebackability.
Bouncebackability is what Manchester United pride themselves on.
It was Iain Dowie who coined that word bouncebackability, horrible, or catchy, depending upon your point of view.