F-word


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the F-word

A euphemism that refers to and is used to avoid saying the word "fuck." Typically used in discussion of the word "fuck" or when reporting its use so that one does not actually have to say it. You better hope that Mom didn't just hear you say the F-word. Don't worry, they bleep out stuff like the F-word on this channel.

F-word

n. the word fuck. (A euphemism that can be used to refer to the word alone without reference to the various meanings of the word.) They said the F-word seven times in the movie we saw last night.
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The family has now made another video in which they get her to say that she would never use the F-word again.
An inverse relationship was expected been perceived offensiveness and reported usage, whereby participants were expected to report the lowest usage of the n-word, moderate usage of the f-word, and relatively high usage of the word a-hole.
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You do hear the odd F-word but let's be honest, from time to time, we have all used it.
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I don't just mean mild swearing, there was constant repetition of the F-word, which I'm afraid I find totally unacceptable.
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