hutzpah hutzpah


  • (n) (Yiddish) unbelievable gall; insolence; audacity



  • The sheer hutzpah of it all is just astonishing.


  • Faulty memory

    While good reasons abound for not bombing Syria, Richard Greene didn’t list even one in his Sunday column, “Not much support is developing for the Obama team’s planned strike on Syria.” His raison d’être: to rehabilitate his former boss, W. You’ve got to give Greene credit for his loyalty and unabashed hutzpah, like when he compares Bush’s and Obama’s teams “records of service.”
    on September 11, 2013     Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram


  1. "This is just another game," US co-captain Katie Smith said. "I don't think the Becky thing is going to be an issue unless it comes down to the medal round. During this tournament it doesn't have any kind of hutzpah. When it comes down to...
    on Aug 2, 2008 By: Katie Smith Source: Washington Post

  2. Livni said, "The prime minister's text yesterday was the height of cynicism, if not the height of hutzpah".
    on Jul 6, 2009 By: Tzipi Livni Source: Ynetnews

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