fisty

fisty

(ˈfɪstɪ)
adj
relating to boxing or the use of fists
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But then one of them got arm-twisted by the honourable minister for airy-fairy affairs - or one of his flunkeys - and had to give the fisty hero a seat.
fierce and fisty fight," or the chivalric tournament "Where
Fisty Chantelle Doherty - serving a sentence for burgling a 92-year-old pensioner - is banged up in the same women's prison as Connelly.
I look forward to telly for once focusing on happiness and being nice to each other and of course finding that perfect gift for someone you love (in a non-Black Friday fisty cuffs kind of way).
"Robben and Ribery have what you call a fisty relationship" - ULI KOHLER
"It's got a bit fisty here and there, but that's the way it got to be.
I incurred such a punishment for high jinx and fisty cuffs during a wet lunch break rather than for verbal abuse.
DAVID Cameron is right not to kowtow to the City and fight BP's corner in the ongoing fisty cuffs with the Obama administration.
Getting fisty: Young prodigy Hastie is ready to emulate his boxing hero Harrison after a sparring session with him (above left); Harrison: Comeback hope
The match erupted into a bout of fisty cuffs in the 61st minute when Williams was trapped at the base of a ruck and given the full treatment by Fijian flanker Mocelutu.