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gutsy

(ˈgətsi)
mod. courageous; feisty. Ernie’s acting sort of gutsy today. What happened?
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Little as he may seem, the Calaca, Batangas native has shown relentlessness on defense and unbridled courage on his gutsy drives on offense where he goes up against bigger foes game-in and game-out.
He was convicted at Cardiff Magistrates' Court and fined PS1,000 for knowingly allowing a licensable activity to be carried out at the Gutsy Goose restaurant.
HOPEFUL 3 Ramona Karlsson gave a gutsy performance at the race
gutsy Kill WT he David Wachman-trained Hidden Oasis is difficult to assess on his wide-margin success at Galway.
Proteas captain, Graeme Smith also lauded Williamson's gutsy innings, as they tried their best to break him down.
But, with front-running tactics employed, Spacious bounced back with a gutsy victory at Royal Ascot, where she beat Heaven Sent and Eva's Request in the Windsor Forest Stakes.
What they didn't see was the gutsy fighter who could score 177 with a busted knee, as he did in Adelaide in 2002-03, or the burning desire which once made him furious with me when I told him he couldn't play in a one-dayer at Bristol against the Aussies because of a serious finger injury.
GUTSY Graham Lee bounced back to Aintree glory in the Maghull Chase when Kalahari King made up for his agonising Cheltenham defeat.
Single mother Alex Delillo is a fresh character, a gutsy woman with issues struggling to protect her college-aged daughter while chasing bad guys.
As a fledgling, the city had to feel its way blindly for awhile, but the city fathers were a gutsy bunch, who proved they were willing to take on tough objectives to succeed.
She's not as spectacular as Suzi Dougherty, who narrated While I Live, book one in the Chronicles, but the novel is a worthy continuation of the saga of Ellie, a gutsy role model to her fans.
Everything manmade defers to the terrifying grandeur of the natural world, yet from the earliest turf houses (literally grafted from the earth) to very particular interpretations of Nordic functionalism, the most memorable Icelandic architecture is a gutsy synthesis of the pragmatic and the poetic.
Skelton was forced to overcome a gutsy display from the visitor before finishing the fight with two vicious blows to the ribs.
Conroy are both gutsy, wonderful writers who shouldn't be held accountable for the leaps and bounds made by my adolescent mind.
When a gutsy public utility commissioner who dares to take a stand against the controversial Greenleaf Project gets in over his head, he turns to his life-long friend and expert lawyer for help and protection.