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gut US English

The stomach or belly

gut US Thesaurus

he had an ache in his gut

guts in gut US English

The stomach or belly

gut-rot US English

another term for rotgut.

blind gut US English

The cecum

gut check US English

An evaluation or test of a person’s resolve, commitment, or priorities, typically with respect to a particular course of action

gut flora US English

Another term for intestinal flora.

gut course US English

A college or university course requiring little work or intellectual ability

bust a gut US English

Make a strenuous effort

gut-churning US English

Causing a feeling of nausea or disgust

gut-wrenching US English

Extremely unpleasant or upsetting

split one's sides US English

Be convulsed with laughter

beer belly US English

A man’s fat stomach, caused by excessive consumption of beer

beer gut in beer belly US English

A man’s fat stomach, caused by excessive consumption of beer

catgut US English

A material used for the strings of some musical instruments, made of the dried twisted intestines of sheep or horses (but not cats)

rotgut US English

Poor-quality and potentially toxic alcoholic liquor

bust a gut in gut US English

Make a strenuous effort

split one's sides in split US English

Be convulsed with laughter

gutbucket US English

(Of jazz or blues) raw and spirited in style