ball-buster


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ball-buster

verb
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A typical Irish ball-buster with more plots than Eastenders, the selection is Mick Halford's DO THE TRICK (2.
I know he's got an untainted reputation as a ball-buster and a proper copper.
And just because he's married to a ball-buster like Victoria it doesn't give him carte blanche to mess around all over Madrid.
Liz is not pigeonholed into what we usually see, which is if you're corporate, then you're a go-getter and a ball-buster and you're cold and heartless," she says.
Downey, expecting his second child with wife Susan, added: "She was reclusive, self-deprecating, a stoic Scots-German rural Pennsylvanian, a ball-buster, stubborn, and happy to hold a grudge.
The 46-year-old exploded onto the screens, and immediately started chewing up the scenery and spitting it out along with the young cast members out as the audacious ball-buster.