adjective ball·sy \ˈbl-zē\

Definition of BALLSY

sometimes vulgar
:  aggressively bold :  gutsy, nervy
ball·si·ness noun

Examples of BALLSY

  1. She's quite a ballsy lawyer.
  2. a ballsy attempt to sneak out of the house

Origin of BALLSY

First Known Use: 1935

Rhymes with BALLSY


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