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1. tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Taboo. Usually objectionable. It should be noted that English does not have a one-word, standard, transitive verb for this act. All expressions with the same meaning are phrases, slang, or colloquial. See the complete list of all entries with fuck in the Index of Hidden Key Words.) They want to fuck all night.
2. n. an act of copulation. (Taboo. Usually objectionable.) I need a fuck.
3. n. a person with whom one can copulate. (Taboo. Usually objectionable.) Man, he’s a good fuck if I ever saw one.
4. n. semen. (Taboo. Usually objectionable.) Clean up that fuck before somebody sees it!
5. exclam. an exclamation of anger or exasperation. (Usually (Oh,) fuck! Taboo. Usually objectionable.) Oh, fuck! I’m outa beer.
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The question presented by the case at bar is not whether Fuck is a desirable or attractive word, or whether a juvenile should be calling his principal a fucker or a fucking fag.
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Shut the fuck up" and words to the effect of "don't let the door hit you on the ass on the way out" were ruled to be constitutionally protected speech.