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stones

1. slang Testicles. I kicked the mugger in the stones and grabbed my wallet back off him.
2. slang By extension, confidence, courage, bravado, etc. It was a real kick in the stones getting turned down for the third time. You've got some stones coming in here and asking for a raise, I'll give you that. You've got some real stones if you think you can take on someone as wealthy and powerful as him!
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stones

1. n. the testicles. (see also rocks.) He got hit in the stones.
2. mod. courage; bravado. (The same as balls sense 3) Come on, Willy, show some stones!
See also: stone
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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References in classic literature ?
The humblest fills his hole, or places his stone. Retif dè le Bretonne brings his hod of plaster.
He felt as if he had been hit on the head with one of his stones."