feistiest feistiest

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) showing courage
  2. (adj) quick to take offense

Usage(s):

  1. The feistiest interview I've ever had was with Ross Perot in May of 1992.
  2. Once the feistiest daily in town, with an insatiable appetite for spirited crusades, the Press seemed to lose heart as rapidly as it lost readers.
  3. The feistiest combatants are fighting against not school curriculums but school clinics.

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Quotes

  1. "I was reading earlier that you guys think he's polite," Brian Scalabrine said. "He's one of the feistiest guys on our team."
    on May 3, 2009 By: Brian Scalabrine Source: NBA.com

  2. About her newest CD, Callaway said in a statement, "This is the feistiest, gutsiest, most let-your-hair-down CD I've ever recorded. There are quiet and reflective moments and you will also hear me wail. The album expresses the full range of who I am...
    on Aug 3, 2006 By: Ann Hampton Callaway Source: Playbill.com

  3. "Nothing against any short people in the world, but short people are probably the most feistiest because they look at it from a different perspective," Garnett said. "When you're the smallest, you have to have a fight in you. He's always been...
    on Feb 27, 2007 By: Kevin Garnett Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

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