Definition of physicality
1 : intensely physical orientation : predominance of the physical usually at the expense of the mental, spiritual, or social
2 : a physical aspect or quality
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Yes, there were stars participating who had no notable physicality to speak of, but my enjoyment came from watching the genuine seriousness with which some of the contestants approached the different events.
Bolstering her physicality is something Camara has focused on, especially defense and rebounding.
There was pushing and shoving in the post and a few hard fouls, and the physicality and trash talk appeared to heat up as the games went on.
The Red Bulls had promoted this match as a bitter derby, a Hudson River soccer rivalry — red versus blue — certain to manufacture a flood of passion and physicality.
Luke Cage’ The show’s a comedy, half-farcical in its physicality, but there’s a real generosity, too.
Primarily a finesse player who must bulk up to handle the night-in/night-out physicality of the NBA .
Sanchez gives two mesmerizing performances in one, and has the preternatural ability to switch seamlessly between Ceci’s twisted body and inchoate speech, and her pre-crash physicality and verbal reveries.
Barnes subbed on for Luis Gil in the 59th minute, a move coach Jason Kreis made to bring physicality and generate more scoring opportunities.
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