from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Touchy; quarrelsome.
- adj. Full of spirit or pluck; frisky or spunky. See Regional Notes at andiron, feist.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Tenacious, energetic, spunky.
- adj. Belligerent; prepared to stand and fight, especially in spite of relatively small stature or some other disadvantage.
- adj. Easily offended and ready to bicker.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as fusty.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. quick to take offense
- adj. showing courage
The word feisty might be used to describe this beauty.
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Guess what happens when you call a feisty 3 year old "Newt's goober"?
In different families the same behavior will be defined as feisty or rude, sensitive or cowardly, endearing or irresponsible.
It really boosts my self esteem to know that I am so much better than the nastiness you call 'feisty'!
Palin's burst onto the national political scene energized the Republican base and she quickly became known as a feisty "hockey mom" who throughout her short political life was known as a reformer not afraid to take
Republican base and she quickly became known as a feisty "hockey mom" who throughout her short political life was known as a reformer not afraid to take
On the other hand, Cambridge University art historian Alyce Mahon -- often described in print as "feisty" -- has an agenda.
Bruckheimer told MTV that audiences can expect a lot of humor from Cruz's character and called her "feisty" -- confirming that she will be playing a Spanish character which is perfect considering she's ...
From the pulpit yesterday Lisa told great and funny stories about a woman many called feisty though as Lisa said "feisty" didn't come close to expressing it.