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Example Sentences for guts

I came back because I didn't want you and that Venusian hick to think you're the only ones with guts around here!

He suddenly felt an emotion that shook his nerves and tightened his guts.

But I have conversed with a living eye-witness of an African serpent long enough to have afforded skin and guts for the purpose.

He talks continually of guts as though a belly were a kind of wit.

They've been wanting to kill me ever since they got me here—at least one of them has—but they just didn't have the guts to do it.

If we stand up to it like men with guts in us, we'll win out.

Don Diego asked me how he should do to persuade his guts that they had dined, for they would not believe it.

They's a good piece of ground you can file on if you got the guts to hold it.

Magic must have made solutions to most things so easy that they no longer had the guts to try the impossible themselves.

Neither must you ever show bones or guts, or any other charnel-house stuff.

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The Definition of - guts (noun)

    noun
    1.
    the alimentary canal, especially between the pylorus and the anus, or some portion of it.
    Compare foregut, midgut, hindgut.
    2.
    guts.
    1. the bowels or entrails.
    2. Informal. courage and fortitude; nerve; determination; stamina:
      Climbing that cliff takes a lot of guts.
    3. the inner working parts of a machine or device:
      The mechanic had the guts of the refrigerator laid out on the kitchen floor.
    3.
    the belly; stomach; abdomen.
    4.
    the substance forming the case of the intestine; intestinal tissue or fiber:
    sheep's gut.
    5.
    a preparation of the intestines of an animal, used for various purposes, as for violin strings, tennis rackets, or fishing lines.
    6.
    the silken substance taken from a silkworm killed when about to spin its cocoon, used in making snells for fishhooks.
    7.
    a narrow passage, as a channel of water or a defile between hills.
    8.
    Slang. a gut course.
    verb (used with object), gutted, gutting.
    9.
    to take out the guts or entrails of; disembowel.
    10.
    to destroy the interior of:
    Fire gutted the building.
    11.
    to plunder (a house, city, etc.) of contents:
    Invaders gutted the village.
    12.
    to remove the vital or essential parts from:
    The prisoner's letters were gutted by heavy censorship.
    adjective
    13.
    Informal.
    1. basic or essential:
      to discuss the gut issues.
    2. based on instincts or emotions:
      a gut reaction; gut decisions.
    Idioms
    14.
    spill one's guts, Slang. to tell all; lay oneself bare:
    the famous star spills his guts in his autobiography.