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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspunkyspunk‧y /ˈspʌŋki/ adjective informal  having a lot of courage, energy, or determination a spunky performance a spunky heroine
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spunkyTonight they were spunky but never sexy.While Almond aims for tacky, spunky cabaret rock, he's about as subversive as Come Dancing.She was spunky, dazzlingly defiant, and, I was sure, beautiful.Her spunky friend, played by Anne Heche, fares worse.Books that feature animals, humor and spunky kids never go out of style.He was out to reveal a spunky, sparky, spontaneous self which had in fact never existed.Every table is treated to a basket of warm pita bread accompanied by a spunky tomatillo salsa.
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