- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of guff.
“The use of the word "guffs" was considered offensive by some complainants.”
“Be viddying you some more sometime, Alex," said Billyboy, and Dim just gave one of his old clowny guffs.”
“We're sure we'd be talking about Ruben Studdard more if he dropped a newspaper on a bus and refused to pick it up, and Fantasia Burrino would be the most famous woman in the world if she did more guffs in packed trams, of that we're sure.”
“After a week of pretty much not a whole lot, housemates are starting to pour out of the Celebrity Big Brother house like rats off a sinking ship; first Jackiey left Celebrity Big Brother in a fog of swearwords and trumpy guffs, and another leaves tonight.”
“This would only give 80 English miles for the breadth of the Red Sea; whereas, immediately below the junction of the two northern guffs, it is”
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 06 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
“Military-grade Better Marriage Blanket a sure bet for suppressing Ground Zero guffs A VIRAL ad for a blanket made with activated carbon fabric to completely and quickly absorb the odour of flatulence has become a hit on YouTube.”
“There's even a Time Bomb, that lets you schedule guffs to go off at a set time.”
“Tell me we're not a perfect match," John Travolta's outrageously cartoonish Charlie Wax, biker-boy secret agent, guffs to Jonathan Rhys Meyers 'James Reece, prim and wonky James Bond wannabe, at some improbable point in the ludicrously entertaining”
“great gowks," or, in other words, stupid guffs, to waste so much pen, ink, and paper on the subject.”
“If someone could make me a big red button to press that guffs out my game straight from my head to the computer, I'd sell my cat for it. ”
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