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c-word

n
the c-word (sometimes capital) a euphemistic way of referring to the word cunt
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The MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire used the C-word in Parliament.
MHAIRI Black is not the first politician to use the C-word in the Houses of Parliament - but perhaps she's the most effective.
She said: "I could soften some of this by talking about the C-word but the reality is there is no softening when you're targeted with these words and you're left reading them on my screen every day, day in, day out - she needs a kick in the c***, guttural c***, ugly c***, wee animal c*** - there is no softening just how sexualised and misogynistic the abuse is.
The makers of BAFTA-winning BBC mockumentary People Just Do Nothing had to edit their scripts for the new series because it featured too many uses of the c-word.
Note that I haven't used the C-word, I'm conscious not to offend.
It's been hard to explain to my kids about the C-word - I'm not sure they really understand,' he says.
We call it the c-word, among other things, but nothing makes it easier to confront.
Clarkson replied: "I am not allowed on the BBC to use the C-word.
In January 2014 - when the Palace boss was in charge at Newcastle - the pair exchanged words and Pardew used the c-word to describe the Chilean.
They shout and swear loudly - like the middleaged, apparently wellheeled and unarguably gobby bunch that I encountered in a restaurant last week who did not hesitate to use the f-word and the c-word in a restaurant in which young children were dining.
SHERIDAN SMITH'S performance in new BBC1 drama The C-Word has been praised by viewers.
Her inspirational story has now been adapted in The C-Word, starring Sheridan Smith.