Definition of gutsy in English:

gutsy

Syllabification: guts·y
Pronunciation: /ˈgətsē
 
/

adjective (gutsier, gutsiest)

informal

Derivatives

gutsily

adverb
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  • That promotion prize so cherished, and so gutsily won by City, was then followed by the longest uninterrupted stint as an established Second Division club, then more fatefully by demotion to the basement.
  • But it was the way she won her races, gutsily from the front, as well as that ungainly action, which captured the hearts of the racing public.
  • Dee is a strong character, put upon by events way outside her control, but always gutsily fighting back.

gutsiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Often considered a golden era for horror films, the '70s saw innovation, politically charged subtext, and a (usually literal) gutsiness mixed to push boundaries and buttons.
  • Maybe on some level I admired his gutsiness at doing all the ‘forbidden’ things at that age like smoking, drinking, picking fights, following a girl home, etc.
  • Her gutsiness, her set of principles - she learned all of that from Linda.

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