Spirited vs Arresting - What's the difference?
| Related terms
Spirited is a related term of arresting.
As verbs the difference between spirited and arresting
is that spirited
) while arresting
As an adjective spirited
is lively, vigorous, animated or courageous.
Lively, vigorous, animated or courageous.
* November 2 2014 , Daniel Taylor, "
Sergio Agüero strike wins derby for Manchester City against 10-man United," guardian.co.uk
- Remarkably United’s 10 men almost salvaged an improbable draw during a late, spirited challenge. They showed great competitive courage in that period and there were chances for Robin van Persie, Ángel Di María and Marouane Fellaini to punish City for defending too deeply and not being more clinical with their opportunities at the other end.
, date=June 9
, author=Owen Phillips
, title=Euro 2012: Netherlands 0-1 Denmark
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=But the Danes remained resolute in defence - largely thanks to a spirited
display by captain Daniel Agger - and they went ahead with their first meaningful attack.}}