gutless gutless  /ˈɡət lɛs/


  1. (adj) lacking courage or vitality
  2. (adj) weak in willpower, courage or vitality



  1. We can root out every error, every plagiarist, every bias but it won't do any good if we replace them with a gutless inoffensiveness.
  2. But I was basically gutless.
  3. It's funny how people keep expecting the Democrats to be something other than the gutless cowards they were when we wanted them to stop the Iraq war.


  1. Ryan Adams Vs Sean Hannity, Fox News Anchor Calls Singer ‘Gutless Coward’

    Fox News anchor, Sean Hannity, has embarked on a Twitter battle with “liberal entertainer” Ryan Adams, after the singer songwriter called him a terrorist earlier this week. Hannity even dedicated a segment of his Fox News show to the musician, before calling him a “gutless coward,” because he declined the chance to be interviewed. This... Read more » Ryan Adams Vs Sean Hannity, Fox News Anchor ...
    on August 9, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr

  2. Sean Hannity Detonates When Ryan Adams Calls Him 'Chicken Man'

    With just a few tweets, Ryan Adams got Sean Hannity so riled up that the Fox News host devoted an entire segment of his show to bashing the "gutless little coward." He even called in some big-name support —
    on August 7, 2013     Source: Spin


  1. The network's sports overseer, Dick Ebersol, blasted Letterman and O'Brien in a New York Times interview published Friday, saying it was "chicken-hearted and gutless to blame a guy you couldn't beat in the ratings."
    on Jan 15, 2010 By: Dick Ebersol Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "It is a gutless and cowardly act that could result in an horrific outcome. It only takes a fraction of a second for a pilot to become temporarily blinded and that could have catastrophic consequences," said state Premier Morris Iemma.
    on Apr 21, 2008 By: Morris Iemma Source: Reuters India

  3. "If that's the case, a butt-end to somebody's face at any time is pretty gutless," said Turco.
    on May 10, 2006 By: Marty Turco Source: 940 News

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