- n. euphemistic The word hell.
“The genre had no cachet, so the h-word was probably more rarely deployed than it should have been, but how else to describe movies such as 1962's "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?”
“I don't like to use the h-word recklessly, but I would admit to feeling jolly these days, and I have a reason:”
“The word “honkey” never became the h-word precisely because white people are the oppressive majority.”
““People have stopped calling me up and asking me to write articles with the h-word on it.””
“Then a guest substituted the phrase "the h-word," another brought up "the b-word," and one called white fans of hip hop culture "the w-word," which rhymes with one of the "n-words.”
“But … but … teh ovver h-word is mayking me cringe.”
“I hope you're just as critical on Santa Claus in saying the h-word, as you are with me.”
“Whether or not if I replaced the aforementioned h-word with "call girl" or "lady of the evening", it doesn't erase the fact that her character was exactly that, in a song about a..."professional.”
“RUSSELL SIMMONS, RAP MUSIC MOGUL: I ` m suggesting that the hip-hop community go ahead of your mainstream shelves, where you do use the d-word and the h-word on every other mainstream channel.”
“You only precede an h-word with "an" if you don't pronounce the h, as in "hour.”
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Hilariously over-used political talking points, or slogans, labels, etc. Also humorous misspeak. Whatever you want to do with this please do, as long as your entry jogs a memory. Add away.
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