blankety-blank

blankety-blank

adj
a variant form of blinking
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Alexander explained that any sudden moves by his guest would result in having his blankety-blank head blown off.
Of all the stupid, blankety-blank bills we've ever seen come down the pike here in Massachusetts, this one has got to be the worst.
Some comments have not been so nice, mainly along the lines of "too many blankety-blank Welsh players in that Lions Test team".
I would rather show a blankety-blank screen than pay for a blankety-blank licence from those blankety-blankers
She alleges he called her a "Blankety-Blank freak", to which she replied he was a "cock-eyed Blankety-Blank.
The Big Three and Arsenal all failed to score at the weekend and it's 300-1 for another blankety-blank in the Champions League this week.
These are just some of the questions to be asked of 150 young people as they mark Local Democracy Week with political versions of the games Call My Bluff and Blankety-Blank.
Some Mothers Do 'Ave Em, Blankety-Blank and Last Of The Summer Wine.
In some of the music that we hear, you get blankety-blank this and blankety-blank that.
The Blankety-Blank host had to undergo surgery following the heart problem.
There's some truth to what he says, although saying that reaching out to a much-discriminated against minority is even remotely similar to the hate-filled intolerance of the KKK is just plain blankety-blank stupid.
After a colourful monologue of what he would like to do to my head and where he would like to send my whole body, he concluded: "And if you can't learn to blankety-blank drive your car, then go back to your own blankety-blank country.