blood-and-guts


blood–and–guts

adjective \ˈblə-dən-ˈgəts\

Definition of BLOOD-AND-GUTS

:  marked by great vigor, violence, or fierceness <blood–and–guts competition>

First Known Use of BLOOD-AND-GUTS

1975

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