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blood and guts

Definition of blood and guts in English:

informal Violence and bloodshed, especially in fiction: I like blood and guts, adventure, that kind of thing
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  • Actually, I never have done anything too horrible - no blood and guts or other gore.
  • In a way, the mental fright is just as scary as the visual fright, but I still prefer blood and guts.
  • So, you say you want a movie with blood and guts and guns and swearing and sex and violence and grizzle and evil and nastiness and all that jazz.
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