Definition of 'gutsy'
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Nobody has a problem with gutsy determination. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But gutsy performances make the show a winner. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But he just showed how tough and gutsy he is. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was a very gutsy performance. The Sun (2016)But this was a gutsy display. The Sun (2013)The Latics skipper helped his new boss to a second straight league win with a gutsy performance. The Sun (2013)And last night provided more good times from the area with a gutsy win over Fulham. The Sun (2015)He's still churning out gutsy performances and doing the business. The Sun (2008)But there was a lot in their gutsy display which was the image of Mourinho. The Sun (2010)But he was left immensely proud of his side's gutsy display after they twice took the lead. The Sun (2013)But there was joy for the home fans as they watched their battling side move out of the bottom three with a gutsy performance. The Sun (2012)If he has inherited only one ounce of their gutsy determination and humanity, he will do just fine. The Sun (2006)But this performance was gutsy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)My style is gutsy, intense. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The American setting adds spice if not quite enough sense, and the gutsy performances are noteworthy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He said: 'Everyone connected to cricket is saying what a gutsy performance it was. The Sun (2009)The engine 's gutsy sound is rather like an out-of-control sewing machine. The Sun (2010)The Four Nations minnows can hold their heads high after a gutsy display against the world champions. The Sun (2011)Wimbledon plugged away in a gutsy second-half display and were rewarded with a second win of the season, their first at home. The Sun (2015)
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