sweary

sweary

(ˈswɛərɪ)
adj, swearier or sweariest
informal characterized by or involving the use of swearwords
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Die Hard is the film for you if you like your Christmas movies violent, sweary and wearing a vest.
Celebrity mates like the 90s supermodels from the Too Funky video, Elton John, Tracey Emin and a sweary Liam Gallagher pay respects over a montage of archive footage, spliced together with George's own words, but no recent images.
Darkly comic but always heartfelt, this achingly sad story has wonderful characters, including the spiky, sweary Catherine.
Sharing her woes in a sweary Instagram post (picture inset), she said that the issue arose because officials did not believe her identity.
The sweary script is full of eccentric performances and gripes about modern technology and merrily mocks the moneyed middle class.
The usually sweary and outrageous Sharon seems to be on her best behaviour, gently narrating events and sharing some of her many, many anecdotes, without so much as an F-word or a cackle.
I read this in one sitting, staying up until 2am to finish it, The Hate U Give is not just timely, it's beautifully written, painfully honest, sweet, silly and thoughtful, sweary and gutwrenching and astutely observed.
When I started writing, it suddenly became so much more sweary and violent.
He reports to Cameron Feizy, senior vice president, Feizy, and succeeds Dale Sweary, who had left the company earlier.
By being brief, controversial and a bit sweary I woke the room up and the auction prize I was offering - one last lap of the Top Gear test track - raised PS100,000.
10 ( ANI ): Sprint legend Usain Bolt may team up with Hell's Kitchen chef Gordon Ramsay after the Jamaican showed interest in launching an athletics-themed restaurant in London with the sweary Scot.
For example, a bank might implement these widgets on its website to help customers visiting its website figure out how to transfer funds from one account to another, says Rafi Sweary, president of WalkMe.