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gutty

adjective gut·ty \ˈgə-tē\
gut·ti·ergut·ti·est

Definition of GUTTY

1
:  gutsy 1 <a gutty quarterback>
2
:  having a vigorous challenging quality <gutty realism>

Examples of GUTTY

  1. <standing up for what is right, especially if it's unpopular, is about the guttiest thing a person can do>

First Known Use of GUTTY

1942

Related to GUTTY

Synonyms
bold, courageous, dauntless, doughty, fearless, gallant, greathearted, gutsy, brave, heroic (also heroical), intrepid, lionhearted, manful, stalwart, stout, stouthearted, undauntable, undaunted, valiant, valorous
Antonyms
chicken, chickenhearted, chicken-livered, coward, cowardly, craven, dastardly, fainthearted, fearful, gutless, lily-livered, milk-livered [archaic], nerveless, poltroon, poor-spirited, pusillanimous, spineless, spiritless, timorous, uncourageous, ungallant, unheroic, weakhearted, yellow

Rhymes with GUTTY

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