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expletive

ekspluh tiv

  • n  profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger
    expletives were deleted
  • n  a word or phrase conveying no independent meaning but added to fill out a sentence or metrical line

  • Grundy couldn't hide his contempt, goading the band to increasingly expletive-strewn responses.
  • According to a new study by British researchers, saying the F word or any other commonly used expletive can work to reduce physical pain and it seems that people may use curse .
  • Alex takes her hand and gently explains the rules of the game: "If a guy is treating you like he doesn't give a expletive, he genuinely doesn't give a expletive.
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  • Ann Coulter in Washington Post
    At the end of her speech Friday, Coulter said: "I was going to have a few comments on the other Democratic presidential candidate, John Edwards, but it turns out that you have to go into rehab if you use the word [expletive], so I'm kind of at an...
  • Rod Blagojevich in Imperial Valley News
    He added later that the seat "is a [expletive] valuable thing, you just don't give it away for nothing."
  • Jim Joyce in About - News & Issues (blog)
    It was the biggest call of my career, and I kicked the [expletive] out of it,Joyce said after the game to the Associated Press. "I just cost that kid a perfect game. I thought he beat the throw. I was convinced he beat the throw, until I...

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