Definition of guff in English:

guff

Syllabification: guff
Pronunciation: /ɡəf
 
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noun

informal
Trivial, worthless, or insolent talk or ideas.
More example sentences
  • Trust me, these ‘get rich quick’ ads are pure bull, guff and hogwash!
  • It will be an alternative to the usual football, guff and nonsense.
  • All this guff and nonsense does is reinforce the conviction that the City of York Council does not give a stuff if there is a football club in the city.

Origin

early 19th century (in the sense 'puff, whiff of a bad smell'): imitative.

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