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- v. Present participle of bleep.
- adv. A generic intensifier which can be substituted for any profane intensifier.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. damned.
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Blake: I write with a brain bleeping in and out, so a lot of the time even the longer things I write are composed of strings of fragments or little ideas.
There's not a great way to summarize the first episode of HBO's 24/7 special on the Caps and Penguins, but I'll say this: It was a bleeping great look inside two bleeping teams as they bleeping bleep their bleep to the bleep bleep bleep curse swear badword bleeping bleep bleep to the bleeping double X bleep word to your bleep bleep going to the chapel and I'm bleeping all the bleeps as they bleep to the oh say can you bleep by the bleep's early bleep singing songs of bleep bleep bleep.
The "bleeping" has been a bipartisan affair -- neither Carter, Reagan, Clinton nor either Bush could credibly evade blame.
You know, the one he's accused of selling because it's "bleeping" golden.
And this is a man who has got "bleeping" nothing to lose here.
And I'm just not giving it up for 'bleeping' nothing.
KURTZ: That "bleeping" videotape we played as we went to break was courtesy of "The Late Show."
And we're gonna play and show, uh, the rest of America what kind of bleeping idiots are out there in this world who deserve nothing but our contempt, and of course Cindy Sheehan doesn't even condemn that kind of speech.
First of all, according to her dad, the day before she went missing, she came over to him and allegedly, according to the dad, complained about her husband, saying, I want a "bleeping" divorce, or words to that effect.
I mean, they were just so outrageous and I said when I interviewed them a few weeks ago, that it was the best "bleeping" interview I'd ever done in my life, you know.
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