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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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Alexandra added: "I wanted you lot to see this because I know that we're all scared of the C-word.
Sherif said he agreed with the ITV2 show's bosses that he should leave the villa as he contravened the rules and regulations after accidentally hitting a female contestant and using the C-word.
The Foreign Secretary's name has been mistakenly replaced with the c-word by journalists on both television and radio on numerous occasions.
The actress and writer - who recently announced plans for her new podcast, The C-Word - posted a photo of herself at Caerphilly Castle on her Instagram account getting up close to the ruins.
I APOLOGISE in advance for my first use of the C-word this year.
I guess it is a bit crackers to celebrate the C-word in the autumn, but it was fun and gave me lots of wine ideas.
(In C-word win the complicated stand-off with cranberries).
During an appearance on Heather McDonald's "(https://art19.com/shows/juicy-scoop-wondery/episodes/36b1413d-7b92-4ede-808e-23fcb581449c) Juicy Scoop " podcast, Kent called Lawrence "gross" while acknowledging the Golden Globe-winning actress called her the c-word. The reality star told the host she was ready to give the 27-year-old a piece of her mind after learning about the insult.
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.
A LOUGHBOROUGH mum who was diagnosed with terminal cancer has written a book to try and help children deal with their parents getting the 'c-word.'.
'It's been hard to explain to my kids about the C-word - I'm not sure they really understand,' he says.