gut[ guht ]SEE DEFINITION OF gut
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUT
Skin two or three eels, or some flounders; gut and wash them very clean, cut them into small pieces, and put them into a saucepan.
Take out the meat as whole as possible, split the tail, and remove the gut; and if the inside be not watery, it may be added.
These gut windows have their convenience as well as their inconvenience.
And the brightest sign yet for our future is the increasing demand for hooks and gut.
He covered a probang with the skin of a small eel, or the gut of a lamb or cat.
I noticed that the water in the Gut was rougher than is usual at dawn.
Last week, I saw a policeman standing at the top of the Gut.
The back-door of the Alexandra, which opens on the Gut, is my home comedy.
Let your gut soften in the water before you commence fishing.
He rose, and, taking up the rod, straightened the gut trace.