In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They're gutty and gritty and fundamental and fearless.
- So many people talk primarily about the music on this album that I feel it's worthwhile to discuss a bit more of the gutty, deluded, and completely understandable emotional arc this album takes.
- But the gutty soldiers fought their way back after the turnaround to win the tie.
- But he's a gutty, gritty player who always seems to come up with a big play when his team needs it.
- The question has a sticky personal dimension, that of presidential character and the president's own gutty willingness to take decisive action.
- Since these kids are already so gutty and so competitive, it's safe to say that, as they pick up those things naturally while assuming other roles in our program, they're only going to get better.
- Whether you like him or loathe him, you have to give him props for one of the game's all-time great gutty performances.
- In the same way, he won my heart with his gutty effort against Duran.
- And even though they lost to New England in the big game on a last-second field goal, they put forth a gutty performance.
- He is a gutty player who has a gift of inspiring his bowlers.
3(flavorsome)(cheese) fuerte(wine) robusto
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