guts guts  /ˈɡəts/


  • (n) fortitude and determination



  1. He loved, he brawled, he had style, he had guts, he could even act.
  2. This is where three women of ordinary demeanor but exceptional guts and sense come into the picture.
  3. PalmOne took a gamble: rather than shrink down the guts to reduce its size, the company decided to make the guts better.


  1. Aw, SNAP: Obama Threatens Farm Bill Veto Over Cuts to Food Assistance

    SNAP: The Senate cut it; the House wants to cut it even more. But according to a new report from the Associated Press, neither house is going to slash real-world spending on food assistance if they pass a Farm Bill that guts the former food stamp program—President Obama will veto it.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: via Yahoo! News

  2. PREP FOOTBALL: West Point's Nelson enjoying recruiting process

    Every rep Chandler Nelson guts out in the weight room, every exhausting stride he takes on every balmy run he endures, the West Point offensive lineman hears the words of his doubters echoing through his head — you'll never play Division I or Division II football. Stick with JUCO schools because that’s as far as you’ll ever get. Don’t get your hopes up about playing in the NFL.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Cullman Times

  3. Revenge for fish guts prank motive in hijacking hoax

    A Hawaii man is pleading guilty to making a hoax call to the FBI when he falsely reported a possible hijacker was aboard an Alaska Airlines flight to get revenge on a man he said put fish guts in his truck.  Prosecutors said Timothy David Hershman of Kona admitted calling the FBI on Jan. 17 and saying another man was going to hijack a plane headed to Alaska.  Authorities determined the other man ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: KIRO 7 Seattle-Tacoma


  • NEW YORK - Parody met its inspiration Thursday when Stephen Colbert and Bill O'Reilly traded guest appearances on each other's shows in an exchange that Colbert called "a meeting of the guts."
    on Jan 18, 2007 By: Stephen Colbert Source: FOXNews

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