(Branch) Rickey selected Jackie because he knew he could withstand the guff.
Is there a sassy but kindly Black female lawmaker who lives next door the quartet, speaking sense to men and not taking no guff?
Taffy, guff and oxaline are all well and good in their way, but they have the great disadvantage of not being legal tender.
Was love really what it was cracked up to be, or had the novelists handed us guff?
He “wanted no guff,” and I left him to his meditations respecting his defenseless state.
But there are things in it that are just guff, Henry, just guff.
Fred Macklin interrupted, "Look, Dad, why are we bothering with all this guff?"
Pipe down that guff, you unlicked cub, or I'll crown you with a proof-bar!
He talked a lot about the effect of the war, on people and on institutions, and that sort of guff.
Let's face a few facts, Thorndyke, and stop tossing this guff.
"empty talk, nonsense," 1888, from earlier sense of "puff of air" (1825), of imitative origin.
To lie; exaggerate; bullshit: Quit your guffing and tell it right
[perhaps fr Scots gaff, ''loud, rude, merry talk''; gaff in the first sense, now obsolete, is found by 1825]