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- n. euphemistic The word shit, regarded as a vulgar or taboo word.
- n. Any word beginning with s that is not normally taboo but is considered (often humorously) to be so in the given context; for example, socialism.
“Suzan Shown Harjo -- a Native American poet, writer, lecturer, curator and policy advocate -- has argued for decades that what she calls the "s-word" originally meant "vagina," and is therefore a slur.”
“Sullivan told the judge the clips and legislative documents create "an astonishing legislative record," in which lawmakers knew they had to avoid safety as a reason for voting that the plant should close when its initial 40-year license expires next March, and some expressed frustration that they couldn't use what some around the Statehouse at the time called the "s-word.”
“Not only does Cee Lo drop the f-bomb a whopping sixteen times in under four minutes, he generously tosses in the s-word and even the n-word, which undoubtedly annoys Dr. Laura because she won't be allowed to sing it on karaoke night.”
“All three lawyers who argued and the justices never used the expletives at the heart of the dispute, but instead referred to the "f-word" or the "s-word.”
“Labels: language, New York Times, s-word posted by John McGrath @ 12: 35 PM”
“Among them is a piece on the rise of the word we love to hate, the s-word.”
“Labels: language, New York Times, s-word posted by John McGrath @ 12: 35 PM 2 Comments”
“Weary of this onslaught, at page 259 I started circling those words and found that Stevens used the s-word 35 times and the f-word 28 times before the book ended 81 pages later.”
“And, in addition to Perry, who was the first notable politician to use the s-word last year, members of the tea party rank-and-file have been known to tote a "Secede!" sign or two.”
“They point out that "The Second Edition of the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary contains full entries for 171,476 words in current use; yet CBS decided to use the 's-word' in the title of this show, putting its blatant contempt for children and families front and center.”
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Ghost words that I've adopted because the original listers abandoned them. Yarb has more in his Adoption agency, and many orphlings are tagged as ghosted, ghost phrases, misspellings, or typos.
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