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Example Sentences for "gut"

A strong punch to the gut ended the fightThe cat had been hit by a car, and its guts were all over the road.

A strong punch to the gut ended the fight.

Tibor doesn't have enough guts to tell the boss what he really thinks of him.

It takes a lot of guts to jump out of an airplane for the first time.

My dad gutted the fish we had caught while my mom got the campfire going.

You wouldn't have such a big beer gut if you did a little more exercise.

His gut was spilling over his belt, and his legs and arms were incredibly fat.

The construction crew is completely gutting the building to renovate it, but are leaving the exterior facade intact.

The explosion totally gutted the building, killing everyone inside.

The best strings for a tennis racquet are made from the gut of a bull.

This government has completely gutted the ministry which makes sure that industry is environmentally responsible in our province.

Molly Ivens once remarked that bad policies, stupid policies, gutless policies have real consequences.

He is a gutless jerk who would never help anyone else if it put his own job in danger.

Willie Shoemaker once suggested that anybody with a little guts, and the desire to apply himself can make it; he can make anything he wants to make of himself.

Billionaire Donald Trump once said, Experience taught me a few things. One is to listen to your gut, no matter how good something sounds on paper.

Football coach Bob Zuppke once remarked that guts win more games than ability.

Author Jessamyn West once observed that talent is helpful in writing, but guts are absolutely necessary.


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