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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpluckypluck‧y /ˈplʌki/ adjective  informalBRAVE brave and determined – often used in newspapers Plucky Denise saved her younger sister’s life.
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pluckyThe plucky 14-year-old was determined however to experience the magic of DisneyWorld and never stopped smiling all week.The romantic picture of the plucky David girding himself against the brutish Goliath is dangerously misleading.a plucky heroineBut she's a plucky lady.This was before the plucky rebels came out of the hills.Wits and guts - a plucky young woman's tale of escape.
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