Gumption Sentence Examples

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  • I want to put a little gumption into what we do!

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  • But I hope I'd have the gumption not to rationalize my actions by pretending I believed what I did was right.

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  • He knew full well that they did not have the gumption to test anything.

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  • Mix a little sincerity and gumption in your hard-line approach, and perhaps you'll get somewhere and not antagonize others.

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  • Dave has always been an average Joe with little gumption to change things up.

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  • He criticized us for ` lacking the gumption ' to find things to do.

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  • The paper-a simple, four-page affair launched under the moniker The Daily Dramatic Chronicle-was started by Charles and Michael DeYoung on January 16, 1865 with a lot of gumption and a little help from a relative.

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  • However, it takes some gumption to choose an underachieving local side, because they are nearer home than nearer to the Champions League.

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  • Gumption from the local procurator fiscal would help, eg telling complainants to stop wasting police time and taxpayers ' money.

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  • Yes, now it's something new -- use a little gumption!

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  • Overall, it got a B+ grade, but viewers tended to be put off by the lack of realism and gumption in it.

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  • Over its lifetime, the battery may lose some of the gumption to keep a full charge, so picking up an extra battery might be beneficial.

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