[guhs-tee] /ˈgʌs ti/
adjective, gustier, gustiest.
blowing or coming in , as wind, rain, or storms.
affected or marked by of wind, rain, etc.:
a gusty day.
occurring or characterized by sudden bursts or outbursts, as sound or laughter.
full of meaningless, pretentious talk:
vigorous; hearty; zestful:
a gusty woman.
[guhs-tee, goo s-tee] /ˈgʌs ti, ˈgʊs ti/
adjective, gustier, gustiest. Chiefly Scot.
tasty; savory; appetizing.
adjective gustier, gustiest
blowing or occurring in gusts or characterized by blustery weather: a gusty wind
given to sudden outbursts, as of emotion or temperament
c.1600, from gust + -y (2). Related: Gustily; gustiness.
[guht] /gʌt/ noun 1. the alimentary canal, especially between the pylorus and the anus, or some portion of it. Compare , , . 2. guts. 3. the belly; stomach; abdomen. 4. the substance forming the case of the intestine; intestinal tissue or fiber: sheep’s gut. 5. a preparation of the intestines of an animal, used […]
[guht-buhk-it] /ˈgʌtˌbʌk ɪt/ noun 1. jazz played in the raucous and high-spirited style of barrelhouse. /ˈɡʌtˌbʌkɪt/ noun 1. a highly emotional style of jazz playing noun [1910+ Jazz musicians; first sense fr a New Orleans name for a low resort, where a gutbucket, that is, a beer bucket or a chamber pot, would be used […]
[guht-buhk-it] /ˈgʌtˌbʌk ɪt/ noun 1. jazz played in the raucous and high-spirited style of barrelhouse. /ˈɡʌtˌbʌkɪt/ noun 1. a highly emotional style of jazz playing adj. in reference to jazz, “earthy,” by 1929, supposedly originally a reference to the buckets which caught the drippings, or gutterings, from barrels. Which would connect it to gutter (v.). […]
noun a very funny joke Word Origin 1929; fr the idea that hard laughter causes stomach pain Usage Note also gut-busting , (adj.)