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gutsy

(ˈgətsi)
mod. courageous; feisty. Ernie’s acting sort of gutsy today. What happened?
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Davies's effort from a superb Lloyd Williams chip saw Wales stamp their mark on Pool A with one of the gutsiest performances in Welsh history.
THIS WAS a bare-knuckle brute of a Hennessy won in the gutsiest style imaginable by Many Clouds and prompting scenes as emotional as they were jubilant as hordes of locals greeted Oliver Sherwood and celebrated his return to the highest rank.
It was Oregon's gutsiest win of the year, and the full cost remains unknown.
Marine served on the front lines in Afghanistan, during which time he lost four unit members, had an IED explode underneath his combat vehicle and stood patrol in an exposed area during a Taliban ambush--an act one of his unit mates called "the damned gutsiest thing I'd ever seen someone do--he saved our tails that day.
That's probably one of the gutsiest apologies I've heard.
It wasn't their prettiest display but one of the gutsiest by any Scottish team.
His 2004-05 title-winning team produced one of their gutsiest, most important victories of that campaign at Blackburn Rovers.
In a game filled with great plays, Edelman made perhaps the gutsiest.
He is one of the gutsiest - when everybody else is on their knees that's when he is at his best.
Staples Center was also the scene of his gutsiest fight six years ago, when he lost a bloody battle to Britain s Lennox Lewis.
Simon Cowell told Hollie: "You are officially now the bravest girl in the world", while Piers Morgan said: "That was one of the gutsiest things I've ever seen in my life.
Before he revealed his injuries, Woods' win was considered one of the gutsiest in golf, and now it's legendary.
And that's before we get on to a Russianborn jazz fusionist and one of the gutsiest singers in the business.
One of the gutsiest women we shall ever meet in the biblical world is in Mark's gospel (5:25-34).
Warshawski is the gutsiest investigator I've ever read.