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She’s an activist devoted to the causes of indigenous peoples, a young woman who takes guff from no one—plus, her brother is one of the men trapped in the mine, so she has reason to be edgier than usual.The Ice Road Is an Overly Twisty Action Adventure That Has Its Charms, Chief Among Them Liam Neeson|Stephanie Zacharek|June 25, 2021|Time
Angela Thomas got some guff from folks who envied her access after she posted the video of herself getting vaccinated.
For Thomas, a 41-year-old health-care executive at MedStar Health Research Institute, the guff was worth it.
(Branch) Rickey selected Jackie because he knew he could withstand the guff.Playing Pinochle and Breaking Barriers With Jackie Robinson|Evan Weiner|March 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Is there a sassy but kindly Black female lawmaker who lives next door the quartet, speaking sense to men and not taking no guff?‘Alpha House’ Review: Amazon’s Comedy Falls to Sitcom Predictability, Gay Jokes|David Freedlander|November 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And though he caught guff from his fellow soldiers, his commanders were impressed.A Soldier and a Cadet, Quietly Together Under DADT, Survive A Sexual Assault|Jesse Ellison|October 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"Now you are here, you must take supper with me," went on the Widow Guff.
He has discharged the housekeeper, and some say he is courting the Widow Guff.
Fred Guff says he wants to go to the city, too, but his mother won't let him.
You have been here long enough, I should guess from your talk, to get on to our American guff.Radio Boys Loyalty|Wayne Whipple
Those of us who drink from the flasks of the sages of dreamland become so intoxicated with guff we are a peril to everyone.The Crow's Nest|Clarence Day, Jr.