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  • n. Plural form of gutful.
  • n. Alternative form of gutful.


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  • People voted UKIP and BNP because they have had a gutsful of the existing parties.


  • I have had a gutsful of Prince Charles and his denials of that we cannot be told.

    A day of two halves

  • My sources in Wellington tell me that this was deliberate because internal poling by Labour shows that the ublic are resoundingly behind the approach of Correction Minister Judith Collins and further their polling and ocus groups tell them that the public has had a gutsful of out of control, unaccountable civil servants.

    Whale Oil Beef Hooked

  • An associate of mine who is not short of $ had a gutsful of Sky when they were falsely advertising Mysky for $30 (add the rest the true price was much more expensive).

    Geekzone: IT, mobility, wireless and handheld news

  • I had had a gutsful of football and with the people in the game, and I was also pretty disillusioned that I didn't get that lucky break. - Stuff

  • "It might be that people have just had a gutsful of all the depressing talk over winter and decided the sun was out and it was time for Christmas. - Stuff


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