guff guff  /ˈɡəf/


  • (n) unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false statements)



  1. Yes, there's been a lot of hype written about the iPhone, and a lot of guff too.
  2. But what makes the book work is Hornby's refusal to give an inch to sentimentality or cheap inspirational guff.
  3. Since American umpires take less guff than their Japanese counterparts, Di Muro tossed Taiho out of the game.


  • Illumination Mac Guff Taps Shotgun for Despicable Me 2

    Los Angeles, CA -- Shotgun Software ’s web-based production management platform, Shotgun, kept Paris-based animation studio Illumination Mac Guff on track for the 3D summer family film and last weekend’s box office topper, Despicable Me 2 . Flexible and scalable, Shotgun was first installed at the studio in 2007, and has become more deeply integrated into Illumination Mac Guff’s pipeline with ...
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Animation World Network


  1. "Yes, there's been a lot of hype written about the iPhone, and a lot of guff too," author Lev Grossman wrote. "So much so that it seems weird to add more, after Danny Fanboy and Bobby McBlogger have had their day. But when that day is over,...
    on Nov 5, 2007 By: Lev Grossman Source: Dealerscope

  2. "The Australians like to think of themselves as macho men but England made them look like schoolkids," former England back Jeremy Guscott wrote in The Times. "All the guff from O'Neill backfired in the biggest way possible because it simply...
    on Oct 7, 2007 By: Jeremy Guscott Source: The Australian

  3. "Not only do you have a candidate who doesn't take any guff. Not only do you have a candidate who will hit back swiftly and forcefully and truthfully. But you've also got American people who are rising up all over the country and saying, enough is...
    on Aug 18, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: AFP

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