mettlesome

[ met-l-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF mettlesome

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Similarly, she indulged a mettlesome fancy for referring to her hostess as "dear Abigail."

The horse was mettlesome enough to require all her attention.

You study its moods and its ways as those of a mettlesome horse.

Quesada selected the most mettlesome and leaped into the deep saddle.

Her coachman had all he could do to control her mettlesome span of Spanish mares.

I knew her for a mettlesome filly the first time I ever clapped eyes on her.

It was one of the most mettlesome and shapely mounts I had ever had the pleasure to view.

A good face--unsophisticated, but intelligent, mettlesome and honest.

He was riding a sweat-covered, mettlesome black with a rolling eye.

She looked in perfect condition--sleek, mettlesome, strong, and beautiful.

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