nounNorth American informal
Force of character, determination, or nerve: when you’ve got moxie, you need the clothes to match
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- We live longer and I think that we have more strength, determination, grit and moxie.
- The dog consisted entirely of nerves, springs and moxie, and brought out the puppy in Jasper Dog.
- I admired its moxie, its determination to be nothing more than a cheesy, exploitative, effects-driven popcorn movie.
1930s: from Moxie, the proprietary name of a soft drink.
Words that rhyme with moxieboxy, doxy, epoxy, foxy, poxy, proxy
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