The ability to bounce back.

Word invented by ex-player and now manager of Crystal Palace FC Iain Dowie.

Currently being promoted by Soccer AM, cult Sky football show shown on Saturday mornings, in an attempt to see it into the Oxford Concise Dictionary.
'Crystal Palace have shown great bouncebackability against thier opponants to really be back in this game'
by Oxford lad September 11, 2004
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the ability to 'bounce back', usually implying a fighting spirit
They demonstrated great bouncebackability to come from 2-0 down to win 3-2
by bread infection October 21, 2005
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the ability to bounceback after an early setback
ben showed bouncebackability by losing most of his poker chips early on in a game to then win it
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The way that a team or individual has the ability to get back in the lead or regain composure when times look bleak
(Also see Resilience)
Arsenal were 3-1 down with only 10 men and 30 mins left to play, but showed great bouncebackability to take the lead and win the match!
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To be able to easily come back from disapointment or defeat.
We have bouncebackability so will win the next game

Get your head up son and show some bouncebackability
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n.
1. The ability to 'bounce back' usually implying a fighting spirit.
2. The ability to come from a losing position and win. (Origin: Ian Dowie association football manager, Great Britian).
They demonstrated great bouncebackability to come from 2-0 down to win 3-2.
by Nam October 09, 2004
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