Noun(1) the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus(2) a narrow channel or strait(3) a strong cord made from the intestines of sheep and used in surgery
Verb(1) empty completely; destroy the inside of(2) remove the guts of
(1) Belina's editorial choices are based more on a gut level response than on theory.(2) After failing to catch New on Friday, Teddy Hall went for the kill on Saturday, coming to within a canvas as the crews approached the gut .(3) Overwound (overspun or wire-wound) strings have a core of gut , silk, nylon, or wire wrapped in metal wire or ribbon.(4) Some angry fan punched him in the gut , injured him, and he lost the Tour.(5) All of this has got to cause a churning in his gut .(6) These are just emotional and gut feelings that come to me off the top of my head.(7) Patients will almost never knee you in the groin or kick you in the gut .(8) Youth's bass lines still hit you full on in the gut , whilst Geordie's fabulously taut guitar works still works its way right inside your ears.(9) I don't think that their position, based on their gut reaction, is justifiable.(10) The officer's intuitions, gut feelings and sixth sense about a situation are all disallowed.(11) It took a foreign coach to unleash the real power from within the gut of England by summoning the courage to select about seven young, black, gifted patriots.(12) His voice, deeper and from the gut , returns in this CD to a peaceable realm, to the great meditative music of the Mandingo empire.(13) Most people nowadays do not wring chickens' necks, pluck them, and cook them for dinner, or butcher their own pigs, or gut their own fish.(14) I had a gut feeling that something was wrong(15) You slice your wrist and it's as good as stabbing yourself in the gut .(16) The gut reaction was based on three arguments whose wisdom had been proved by long experience.
(1) gut feeling :: mavefornemmelse
1. stomach ::
2. entrails ::
3. courage ::
4. bowel ::
5. catgut ::
6. remove the guts from ::
fjerne indvolde fra
7. devastate ::
8. instinctive ::
1. cowardice ::
2. poltroonery ::
Different Formsgut, gutless, guts, gutty
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