Definition of gutless in English:

gutless

Line breaks: gut|less
Pronunciation: /ˈɡʌtləs
 
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adjective

informal
Lacking courage or determination: I should have had the support of my team but they are gutless
More example sentences
  • It announced that he is in fact a gutless coward, a scared little girl and absolute joke.
  • And the key is that we're going to do everything in our power to put faces on these gutless cowards that committed this crime.
  • Or do you think the gutless coward has sex-changed himself into obscurity?

Derivatives

gutlessly

adverb
More example sentences
  • What a ridiculous and gutlessly underhanded stunt.
  • No, I am spinelessly, gutlessly, violently terrified of flying.
  • The middle ground is boring; it gutlessly avoids grappling with outlying ideas.

gutlessness

noun
More example sentences
  • The extremely unedifying combination of the episcopal gutlessness on display in DC and the bureaucratic contempt for the flock on display here has a number of people livid.
  • After the raid - and an unconcealed display of gutlessness by the major - the commando squad is forced to cross the blazing desert for a rendezvous with their reconnaissance team.
  • Officials become a machine when they raise hands in unanimous agreement to pass legislation or make some decisions, a sign not of solidarity but of mental vacuity and gutlessness.

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