Examples of guff in a Sentence
His latest book has a lot of guff about conspiracies of one kind or another.
His friends have given him a lot of guff about his hair.
She doesn't take guff from anybody.
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His wife, Hilary, had (quite reasonably) been giving him guff about that matter and finally had prevailed upon him to get some new ones.
America Chavez is crazy bulletproof, packs a punch that can literally shatter dimensional barriers, takes no guff from anybody and, like Black Panther, appeals to a broader audience than just superhero movie fans.
The captain of the all-tough team for Boston is the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Rozier, who takes no guff from anybody, even somebody a foot taller.
Father and son embraced, and Mike gave his dad some guff about not shaving, rubbing his knuckles against his dad’s white stubble.
Earlier this month, the New York Times published an article on tipping, and the guff and garbage servers put up with in order to get their tips.
Advertisers getting major guff from their customers don’t want to continue to take a hailstorm of criticism from those who don’t like anything but total loyalty toward the flag.
Eventually, Bombay even begins to thaw on the personal side, sympathizing with his team's gutty, take-no-guff swagger.
And as is Lisa’s wont, the story is where animals who live in nicer houses than most Americans, fabulous recreational activities, and a predilection for not taking guff from anybody converge.
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GUFF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guff for English Language Learners
: foolish nonsense
: annoying or playful criticism
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