noun as in person's resolution, courage
Bluetooth pairing comes with the pluck of a guitar and that button lights up too—it’s one of the easiest, best Bluetooth speaker designs to use.
The midrange, where the song breathes, was forward but never strident and the earphones presented the more delicate guitar plucks and crisp piano melodies better than my AirPods Pro.
Bergdahl, who appeared in a previous video pleading for the United States to rescue him, seems to have demonstrated no such pluck.
Pluck a pebble from a mountain and pretend the mountain is gone.
Maintaining tight eye contact, the butlers pluck out audience members for a gripping, melancholic dance.
The human urge to pluck a string and make music goes back many millennia.
The easiest thing would be to pluck another exiled oligarch out of the sin bin.
It is more advantageous to pluck the leaves when they are dry than when they are moist.
You've done a big thing to-day, and if you hadn't had more pluck and ginger than common, it's a cinch you'd have lost out.
You that hate good, and love evil: that violently pluck off their skins from them and their flesh from their bones?
And I will pluck up thy groves out of the midst of thee: and will crush thy cities.
For a pen she would catch a goose, pluck a quill, and ask Billy to cut it.
On this page you'll find 143 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pluck, such as: bravery, grit, guts, moxie, spunk, and backbone.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.