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- noun Alternative spelling of
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If the President of the United States can justify the American war machine before the Nobel Peace Committee and get away with it, surely he could bring the same passion, chutspah and towering intelligence to bear on this debate.
Pronounced as if it was Tottenham Chutspah, not mango chutspah, it means boldface cheek.
My favorite chutspah joke is the man going to a bookshop counter and saying "I'll have a book on chutspah and you're paying."
Gordon Brown's claiming to be against spin is chutspah.
The chutspah it takes for Albertans of all people to level this charge — as they so frequently do when at the end of their rope — at anyone else never fails to impress me.
From Abbas, who said it was a boon to the settler movement and against peace (my oh my what stupidity and chutspah), to left wing US journalists and pundits, to The Arab League which gave Israel an ultimatum to abide by the Saudi Plan (total Israel withdrawl to the 67 borders and an accommodation for the so-called refugees returning for a paper promise of Arab peace