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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Our conversation meanders into pro football’s evolution during Peterson’s career and the lack of physicality that’s now allowed from defenders.
Maddie Nolan, 5-9, G, Zionsville Maddie is a tough-nosed, gritty wing guard who loves physicality.
Allen here sheds the anchor of physicality altogether, conjuring spaces entirely emblematic.
Is this sense of physicality also important to legal interpretation?
The former Freshman All-American known for his physicality is now a junior with 25 starts, 117 tackles, six interceptions and 17 pass breakups in his career.
Mach inhabits his character with great physicality, giving the illusion of Quasimodo’s deformity by contorting his own body — and with a little help from Bromelmeier’s jacket with hump.
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.
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