"I'm going to invent a swear word of my own," he declared.
'most half a dozen -- and -- and -- I -- I said a swear word, Anne -- a pretty near swear word, anyhow -- and I called God names."
He wrote a lot of things that weren't true, just like Valeria, and he wrote swear words
Mr Verloc tying up the cardboard box into a parcel for the post, broke the string by an injudicious jerk, and muttered several swear words
confidentially to himself.
In my opinion, every day viewers hear far worse words than the 'F' word, words like cancer, war and famine are a million times more frightening than any harmless swear word
Based on Table 1, it can be seen that the type of swear word
that was mostly used by Jordan Belfort, as the main character in The Wolf of Wall Street movie, was emphatic swearing (E), namely the use of swear words
to convey a stronger emotion, followed by abusive swearing (A).
Anew study has revealed that the majority of British children have already said their first swear word
by the age of four - with parents saying rude TV shows are mostly to blame.
Stephens to further investigate whether the power of swearing could be emulated by a new 'socially acceptable' swear word
. The panel of experts developed two novel words for the experiment -- 'twizpipe' and 'fouch' -- to see if the public could use them in moments of pain instead of turning the air blue.
The president directed the same swear word
atBarack Obama, US president at the time, in 2016.
Back Hye-ryun said the party will sue the far-rightist lawmaker for slander, over his swear word
against President Moon.
So the idea is that if it's a second language use of a swear word
, it will never have the same emotional resonance as it does in a first language.
Countdown viewers were left tittering in front of their TVs when a swear word
cropped up during the show.