Translation of mettlesome in Spanish:


animoso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmɛdlsəm/ /ˈmɛtls(ə)m/

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    • He was a vigorous and mettlesome man who loved a yarn.
    • There had been plenty of mettlesome, even feminine-looking women drivers before Hellé began making headlines.
    • When you have a problem, people create a commission to look at it, because it may be mettlesome.
    • Their horses were beasts of burden, not mettlesome chargers, and during the British civil wars cost half as much as proper cavalry horses.
    • The chorus is youthful and mettlesome, impressively precise yet never mechanical.