View definitions for gutsy
adjective as in bold, brave
I test drove the high-test M440i model, with its gutsy engine, sport-tuned suspension and impressive braking.
That might sound simple, but as Kaltura and Intermedia Cloud Communications have pushed their IPOs back, it’s a bit gutsy.
The gutsy — possibly crazy — scientists who risked death testing vaccines on themselves
Alex Ovechkin’s gutsy effort isn’t enough, and the shorthanded Capitals fall to the FlyersKuznetsov, who revealed Monday that he experienced symptoms, is considered day-to-day, Capitals Coach Peter Laviolette said.
He couldn’t do everything, but what a gutsy performance, what a tough and special young man Justin Fields is.
This was a long, gutsy, attritional game played by two flawed teams who failed to force enough shots on goal.
The goal came off his tummy inside the Portuguese box, an apt way to score for a very gutsy player.
With a hammer-like left hook and crushing body shots, Provodnikov was beating his gutsy foe down, body part by body part.
The FBI interviewed the remarkably gutsy Jeff Bauman in intensive care.
The princess calls her “a gutsy woman” and believes the rules on driving can change.
In fact, it was just the sort of brave thing that the gutsy little kid might have had the balls to report on.
Sid and Martin made this charming little domestic scene so natural yet gutsy too that I wanted to shout hooray.
On this page you'll find 84 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gutsy, such as: courageous, determined, gallant, spirited, valiant, and plucky.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.