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Noun
Boldness or bravery, or the quality of being bold or brave
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“Do you have the guts to skydive? What's the gutsiest thing you've ever done?”
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Mental or emotional strength, especially in the face of adversity
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“Those with guts have the thick skin and fortitude to initiate and try something new, the guts to endure, and the guts to evolve.”
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A drive or determination to succeed, especially in the face of adversity
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“The team showed a lot of guts to come from behind to win like they did.”
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The insides or entrails of an animal or person
“The crew were standing ankle-deep in fish guts.”
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The core or interior of an object, device or machine
“In this chapter, we talk about the guts of the computer, including the motherboard, the various bus technologies, and interfaces that you might encounter.”
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A gluttonous person who enjoys gourmandizing
“The nuts and seeds in them are so good for you, as well as being utterly delicious. I sometimes have a bar as a late-night snack or as a treat or because I'm such a greedy guts.”
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Open resistance to authority or opposition
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The quality of being cheeky or impertinent
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The indispensable factor or influence that gives something its strength and vitality
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A strong taste, flavour, or smell
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Stuffed kishke
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The remains after gutting a fish
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Whatever it takes
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Elements of, or inside, a larger object
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The flesh of a creature, especially one that is dead
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A leading or primary principle, rule, law, or article
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Fundamental parts
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The internal organs of poultry birds, used as food
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The stomach, especially as representing the body's need for food
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Basic principles
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The lowest load-bearing part of a building
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Plural for the belly of a person, especially one that is enlarged
“I saw him again at our 20th high school reunion and was perversely pleased to notice that he was bald and sporting a large gut hanging over his belt.”
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Plural for a person's emotional, visceral self
“Listening to my gut is a skill I'm still working on. It used to be that I'd only notice it when I was doubled over in pain.”
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Plural for a cord or line where the hook or lure is attached
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Plural for a feeling, idea or guess based on intuition rather than fact
Verb
To remove the innards of
“To gut the fish, make a slit up the length of the belly under running water and cut off the fins with scissors.”
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To remove or destroy completely the internal parts of (a building or other structure)
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“Most carry homeowner's insurance and pay the premiums without any expectation that a fire would gut the house.”
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To plunder or completely remove the contents of, typically nefariously
“The administration deregulates key environmental protections so that its sycophantic wealthy donors can gut the land of its resources.”
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To strip and make bare
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To eliminate completely
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To traumatize or cause distress to
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To cause to be empty or vacant
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To set on fire, or to be set on fire
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To cut off or remove excess material from, especially a tree or shrub
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To remove (a section) from a text or piece of music
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