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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 dark comedy is laid on thick, laying on jokes about weight, old age, the pointlessness of the daily grind all doused with plenty of C-words.
He said: "There are a few c-words in that dressing room but not that one.
The f-, s-, d- and c-words have colorful counterparts that can't be spelled out in a family publication.
and a load of other c-words as we look back on the most eye-catching events of the past year.
As I have argued before, we tend to settle too quickly for c-words: contrast, conflict, complementarity, convergence, etc., when the operative norm is integrality.
That may be true, but we could have done without the script being riddled with C-words.
You already knew about `Classic' and `Connoisseur,' but now there's `Contemporary,' too,provoking an endless stream of predictable jokes about Rover ownership and C-words.
Imagine your granny talking about sex mixed in with a couple of c-words and you'll get the drift.
And where should those who regard themselves as a cut above commercialism, capitalism and all those other c-words such as crackers, canapes and cards, find refuge?
The remainder of the 80-minute running time seems to have been padded out with a steady stream of f, s and c-words.
Standing in a cloud of F-words, C-words and beer fumes on the way in always takes the edge off what, once I'm in my seat, is such a privilege, such a joy.