OTHER WORDS FROM feistyfeist·i·ly, adverbfeist·i·ness, noun
How to use feisty in a sentence
Avdija grew up playing soccer before committing to basketball full time, and though he credits his parents with his feisty personality, his father was never his coach.How did Deni Avdija catch the eye of Wizards GM Tommy Sheppard? It started with his name.|Ava Wallace|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
By leading the Lakers to victory against the feisty Miami Heat—the team with which he won his first two rings—James completed his mission to restore the storied franchise to its past glory.
She’s fun, she’s feisty, and “Part of Your World” is about when you really want to sit with the girls in your class at lunch but they won’t let you.
If only Huntsman had shown some of that feistiness on stage.
Does Mitt Romney have Chris Christie to thank for his feistiness?
Here was the feistiness that likely could have made him the victor had his name been on the ballot.