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It’s always going to be tempting to feed the geese in the local pond and get up close with the spunky raccoons in your backyard.
HUMANS ARE PUSHING INTO ANIMALS’ HOMES, BUT NATURE IS AS REBELLIOUS AS EVERSARA KILEY WATSONSEPTEMBER 14, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
If all goes well, SpaceX will become the shuttle’s successor, filling a major gap in America’s spaceflight program in a coming-of-age moment for what was once a spunky start-up.
2021 COULD BE A HUGE YEAR FOR SPACE. HERE’S WHAT’S TO COME FROM NASA, ELON MUSK, RICHARD BRANSON AND JEFF BEZOS.CHRISTIAN DAVENPORTDECEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
That's Spunky Pete and no other,' says I, tumbling into my clothes and grabbing a lantern.
POPPEA OF THE POST-OFFICEMABEL OSGOOD WRIGHT
Spunky Jack made no reply to this, but took the letter and sat down.
THE FOUR CORNERS IN JAPANAMY ELLA BLANCHARD
"Spunky little sister," encouraged the elder girl, and helped the other to the seat.
THE PLOW-WOMANELEANOR GATES
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WORDS RELATED TO SPUNKY

  • adventurous
  • aggressive
  • audacious
  • bold
  • brave
  • daredevil
  • daring
  • enterprising
  • fearless
  • foolhardy
  • gutsy
  • intrepid
  • overbold
  • plucky
  • pushy
  • rash
  • reckless
  • resourceful
  • risky
  • spirited
  • spunky
  • stalwart
  • stout
  • sturdy
  • temerarious
  • venturous
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