gutsiest gutsiest

Definition(s):

  • (adj) marked by courage and determination in the face of difficulties or danger; robust and uninhibited

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. But in 1968, when Hafild was 10, the enchanting forest was plowed into a golf course--a trauma that eventually turned her into one of Asia's gutsiest environmentalists.
  2. The gutsiest and funniest of Ingmar Bergman's battle reports on the war between the sexes.
  3. But creeds are made to be challenged, and by that measure What's New is one of the gutsiest, most unorthodox and unexpected albums of the year.

News

  1. Utah Jazz Nab Trey Burke in Bold First Round Maneuver

    COMMENTARY| The Utah Jazz made some of the gutsiest moves in the 2013 NBA Draft. After weeks of playing their cards close to the vest, the Jazz traded the #14 and #21 overall selections to the Minnesota Timberwolves for reigning consensus collegiate player of the year, Trey Burke. They then traded back into the first round to pick up French big man, Rudy Gobert.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Yahoo! Contributor Network via Yahoo! Sports

  2. Dunn improves to 7-0 in win

    Mike Dunn didn’t have his best performance of the year on Tuesday night. But it might have been his gutsiest.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Traverse City Record-Eagle

Quotes

  1. "I didn't even give a penalty away tonight, so I've had a blinder," Gallen said. "At the end of the game I got the boys together and said that's one of the gutsiest wins I've been involved in."
    on Aug 2, 2008 By: Paul Gallen Source: The Canberra Times

  2. "That was pretty impressive stuff, one of the gutsiest things I've seen in golf really to be totally soaked and later finishing up like that for us to get a half point," Toms said. "That was pretty awesome."
    on Sep 30, 2007 By: David Toms Source: AFP

  3. Piers Morgan said: "That was one of the gutsiest things I've ever seen in my life. I couldn't have done that and I think you should be very proud of yourself."
    on May 29, 2009 By: Piers Morgan Source: BBC News

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