Body Parts by Cliche Attribute

For each description or attribute, name the body part that someone is said to have OR to be, in order to have that attribute.
Quiz by kalbahamut
Last updated: October 1, 2014
First submittedAugust 28, 2014
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bravery; tenacity
bravery; audacity
endurance for unpleasant things
spirit; caring; empathy
an inherited disposition for something
natural ability or knack for understanding something
affinity for or interest in something;
ability to spot something hard to find
clusminess, particularly with handling things
clumsiness; having poor footing; inability to dance
left feet
ability to find, detect, or root out
a rude, obnoxious, or unpleasant person
buttocks or genitalia
a villain in pro wrestling
a woman who dates a closeted gay man
ability to learn quickly by listening
man who is weak or cowardly
female genitalia
Level 79
Aug 28, 2014
You need to accept two left feet for clumsiness, and spineless for weak or cowardly.
Level 81
Aug 28, 2014
two left feet... yes... you're right on that one. Though for spineless at least I can say that this is a LACK of a body part, not HAVING or BEING a body part, which is what the instructions stipulate.
Level 81
Aug 28, 2014
I guess I could add "backbone" and say something about stubbornness or self-confidence. Probably not stubbornness... that would be more like having a hard head.
Level 78
Sep 2, 2014
How about nerve for bravery and audacity?
Level 81
Sep 3, 2014
Clever. I'll add that.
Level 81
Feb 6, 2015
I would agree that having heart can mean that you are tenacious, that you never give up, but I don't think I've heard it mean that you are audacious. There are different kinds of bravery. The sort that you would need to do something that would be potentially socially embarrassing... like ask out a girl way out of your league or sing My Humps at karaoke night, or make a statement publicly that you know will be unpopular, that takes balls. Not heart. At least that's what the word connotes to me. I would say that having heart is more similar to having guts- bravery in the face of impossible odds or potential physical harm. But the definitions are all pretty similar and of course there's some cross-over. I tried to make the best of it.