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feisty

feisty Sentence Examples

  • I don't want to lose this feisty little jewel.

  • The woman is a feisty one but her daughter is such a beauty I'm obliged to keep mommy alive for at least a short time until we are locked in the privacy of my refuge.

  • Sarah growled and jerked her face away.  Standish laughed, Still as feisty as ever.

  • "No, I'm pretty sure they're all feisty," Darian said.

  • I don't want to lose this feisty little jewel.

  • The woman is a feisty one but her daughter is such a beauty I'm obliged to keep mommy alive for at least a short time until we are locked in the privacy of my refuge.

  • Bianca stifled a laugh, genuinely liking the subtle yet feisty Oracle.

  • Sarah growled and jerked her face away.  Standish laughed, Still as feisty as ever.

  • "No, I'm pretty sure they're all feisty," Darian said.

  • A young hero thrust into the role of savior, and a feisty female accomplice.

  • feisty young heroines a cliché?

  • feisty teenager who lives with her bachelor father.

  • feisty teenage daughters.

  • feisty lady whom I would not wish to upset.

  • feisty female curing through love her hammered hunk.

  • feisty girl and was not going to knuckle down easily.

  • She had a few nasty wounds and was very feisty, even managing to bite a member of staff during her check in.

  • He was hungry, impatient for service, troubled by a persistent cough, but otherwise in typically feisty, talkative mood.

  • In fact, Job got pretty feisty at times.

  • The pair have to cope with everything from deadly chairs to a rather feisty neighbor.

  • I think they are quite feisty and they tend to stick to their own ethnic group.

  • I like her attitude - she's really feisty, she digs in and doesn't give up.

  • If you're feeling feisty, go for the very traditional frito Mallorquin - deep-fried offal and vegetables.

  • Twenty one-year-old Carley, who plays feisty Steph Dean in the popular soap has been singing and dancing from an early age.

  • rescue felines can be funny, feisty and full of life - they also make great friends!

  • feisty frolics in a spare moment - how many legs in this picture?

  • Who is the young girl with the feisty feminist views over the picket fence?

  • Aren't you in danger of making feisty young heroines a cliché?

  • Emily is a feisty woman fighting for her rightful inheritance.

  • Although we were higher than them, the feisty matriarch raised her trunk and flapped her ears at us in irritation.

  • Elizabeth Bennett is feisty, intelligent, sharp, even sly, mysterious, and a nineteenth century version of sarcastic.

  • feisty tomboy Sara begins to put soccer aside as she develops a close friendship with her classmate Samir.

  • young girl with the feisty feminist views over the picket fence?

  • Imogen Stubbs appeared as Anna Lee, a brash, feisty woman with a penchant for getting herself into trouble and criminal sartorial taste.

  • Elizabeth Bennett is feisty, intelligent, sharp, even sly, mysterious, and a nineteenth century version of sarcastic.

  • Feisty tomboy Sara begins to put soccer aside as she develops a close friendship with her classmate Samir.

  • I am the proud mom of a feisty two year old little girl, and I balance my time between her and my private practice in Westchester County, NY.

  • Apparently, when the feisty Greyhound found himself getting "restless" with home life, he ran to the racetrack to hook up with his "girlfriend", whose name was She's the Fastest.

  • As an added bonus, the Welsh is not quite as feisty or territorial and tends to get along well with other dogs in the home.

  • When you're feeling feisty, try one of the several competitions with hefty cash prizes.

  • Some researchers prefer the terms flexible, active or feisty, and cautious instead of the somewhat judgmental terms of easy, difficult, and slow-to-adapt, respectively.

  • This fear is one reason why some researchers prefer to describe children in this category as "active" or "feisty" rather than to use the negative term difficult.

  • As the feisty and beautiful Annie, Bullock captured the attention of Hollywood and her career took off faster than a speeding bus.

  • The tween-friendly sitcom confronts issues that range from the funny to the serious with a feisty sense of humor.

  • Cardigans run the gamut from bold and feisty to understated and relaxed.

  • As ever, the trends were feisty and brilliant, with a decidedly strong focus on rich materials.

  • From fun and feisty to subtle and sweet, sexy Halloween costumes are top sellers for this annual holiday.

  • From whimsical heart and star print purses to these feisty animal prints, Dooney & Bourke are sure to have a style that fits you.

  • Angie Watts - One of the owners of the Queen Vic, Angie provided a loud and feisty presence in Albert's Square.

  • Stacey Banning - Stacey arrived a spirited teenager and grew into a feisty woman.

  • Recognized for their feisty personalities just as much as their looks, the ladies are portrayed by a group of women who enjoy great popularity thanks to their fans and British press.

  • Eva Longoria Parker's life in the spotlight began when she was crowned as a real-life beauty queen, but now the sexy actress has really hit her stride playing feisty Gabrielle Solis on Desperate Housewives.

  • Candles - A new vampire is in town and she's feisty, fresh and not taking any guff from Damon.

  • The feisty redhead keeps in touch with her fans and fellow actors via an active Twitter account.

  • Bush portrayed Brooke Davis, a feisty and beautiful cheerleader who went places with her own clothing line.

  • Naomi Campbell is just as well known for being feisty as she is for her phenomenal body and poise.

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