The Collaborative International Dictionary
Gutty \Gut"ty\, a. [L. gutta drop: cf. F. goutt['e]. Cf. Guttated.] (Her.) Charged or sprinkled with drops.
Etymology 1 a. (context heraldry English) Charged or sprinkled with drops. alt. (context heraldry English) Charged or sprinkled with drops. Etymology 2
a. gutsy; brave.
Usage examples of "gutty".
How ugly he must be, under that hood, to be able to write such gutty, such effective stuff.
The boy falls with soft gutty suction through a maze of penny arcades and dirty pictures.
And you the big knob down from Dublin with your gutty moves like that!
Not to find out how things work: that comes later, when the appetite for dismantling has paled- method is the necessary spice, but it never precedes the gutty satisfaction of tearing something up.
The weapon had a flat, gutty bark, much more authoritative than the snapping of the twenty-two.
Porquerolles is the place for you, and a good gutty Italian girl of sixteen.
He had lost a lot of that gutty weight from not eating for about three weeks during the whole nightmare.
I took it, thanking him kindly, and wished for a palace and bunch of gutty retainers.
He discovered she had a wonderful laugh, a gutty rush of sound that he wanted to hear more of.
A gutty grunt answered, and Candlemas saw a big iron-ringed boot sail by.