1. unmitigated effrontery or impudence; gall.
2. audacity; nerve.
Marlene had the chutzpah to ask me to wear a strap-on next time we have sex! Apparently, my cock doesn't cut the mustard!
bloody cheek with a real nerve
a man is up in court for killing his mother and father ... he pleads to the court for leniency ... because he is an orphan ... now that's a chutzpah
daring do, balls, bravery
the way paul got that traffic-cop to believe he didn't kill jack with jack's body in the trunk, talk about chutzpah!
boldness, especially of an arrogant sort (From Hebrew and/or Yiddish)
That artist had some major chutzpah to come up with a design like that.
n. irrepressible gall, e.g., that exhibited by one who would dream of owning the intellectual property rights to the contents of own ungiven eulogy.
That's quite a big chutzpah you've in your trunk dere.
Old joke about the kid who killed his parents and then pleaded for mercy in court because he was an orphan.
(taken from Digital Filmmaking 101 book by Dale Newton and Josh Gaspard, page 31)
And from there you can bargain for better. You've got to have the chutzpah to keep pushing for more and more -- or in this case, less and less.
Bill Pullman as James Bond! What's not to love? I give this film a "6" just for chutzpah.