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- noun euphemistic The word
bitch, regarded as a vulgaror tabooword.
- noun euphemistic Refers to any various taboo words beginning with b, such as
- noun Any word beginning with b that is not normally taboo but is considered (often humorously) to be so in the given context.
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It is basically the same things as rappers calling women the b-word and is accepted by women that listen to rap music. mind you, it isn't all that do it in the media but there is a popular majority out there that does this. sonny chapman
This is the opportunity to move the spending-reform debate from the b-word (billions) to the t-word (trillions).
One thing to clarify is that Jimmy King did say, after he called Laettner the b-word, that he thought Hill was too.
At one point, Bloomington Republican Bill Brady dropped the b-word -- Blagojevich, as in the indicted former governor of Illinois, who Quinn worked under.
I pledge not to call you the b-word or a "liar," as long as you agree to stop belittling my life by referring to it as a "lifestyle."
West Coast brewers sometimes talk about the “b-word” as though balance were an unutterable profanity, but Midwesterners -- even die-hard craft beer fans -- seem to appreciate this property.
After months of fearing that the b-word would kill all sales, the auto industry and Wall Street reacted positively.
The decorator for the first cake must be really accustomed to writing the b-word in cursive.
He is merely half Kenyan, his “blackness” opened affirm. action doors for him Harvard, and he has coasted always to success because he has been declared a different b-word: brilliant.
On a quasi unrelated note: typing a narrative on a micro keyboard is a b-word!