Moxie is a slang term for guts or attitude.
An example of moxie is what a student has who stands up to a cruel teacher.
Slang courage, pluck, perseverance, etc.; guts
Origin of moxiefrom Moxie, trademark for a soft drink
- The ability to face difficulty with spirit and courage.
- Aggressive energy; initiative: “His prose has moxie, though it rushes and stumbles from a pent-up surge” ( Patricia Hampl )
- Skill; know-how.
Origin of moxieFrom Moxie trademark for a soft drink with a strong flavor
From the name of an American patent medicine first manufactured about 1885.