Vulgar+expression

  • 1expression — noun 1 on sb s face ADJECTIVE ▪ neutral ▪ blank, dazed, glazed, vacant ▪ They all just looked at me with blank expressions. ▪ dea …

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  • 2Vulgar fraction — Fraction Frac tion, n. [F. fraction, L. fractio a breaking, fr. frangere, fractum, to break. See {Break}.] 1. The act of breaking, or state of being broken, especially by violence. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Neither can the natural body of Christ be… …

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  • 3vulgar — adj. Vulgar is used with these nouns: ↑expression, ↑fraction, ↑language …

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  • 4rude expression — vulgar expression, rude utterance …

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  • 5slang expression — noun informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions; often vituperative or vulgar their speech was full of slang expressions • Syn: ↑slang, ↑slang term • Derivationally related forms …

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  • 6Spanish profanity — Joder redirects here. For the community in Nebraska, see Joder, Nebraska. This article is a summary of Spanish profanity, referred to in the Spanish language as lenguaje soez (low language), maldiciones (curse words), malas palabras (bad words),… …

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  • 7Singlish vocabulary — Singlish is the English based creole spoken and written colloquially in Singapore. Although English is the lexifier language, Singlish has its unique slang and syntax, which are more pronounced in informal speech.Singlish vocabulary formally… …

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  • 8vulgarity — /vʌlˈgærəti/ (say vul garuhtee) noun (plural vulgarities) 1. the state or quality of being vulgar; commonness; plebeian character; want of good breeding, manners, or taste; coarseness. 2. something vulgar; a vulgar act or speech; a vulgar… …

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  • 9vul|gar|ism — «VUHL guh rihz uhm», noun. 1. a word, phrase, or expression used only by ignorant or careless persons. In “You could of told me” and “I ain t mad at you,” could of and ain t are vulgarisms. 2. vulgar character or action; vulgarity. 3. a vulgar… …

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  • 10Beer Street and Gin Lane — are two prints issued in 1751 by English artist William Hogarth in support of what would become the Gin Act. Designed to be viewed alongside each other, they depict the evils of the consumption of gin as a contrast to the merits of drinking beer …

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  • 11vulgarism — /vul geuh riz euhm/, n. 1. vulgar behavior or character; vulgarity. 2. a vulgar expression; a word or phrase used only in common colloquial, and esp. in coarse, speech. [1635 45; VULGAR + ISM] * * * …

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  • 12vulgarism — n. Vulgar expression, vulgar phrase, vulgar idiom …

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  • 13Australian English vocabulary — Many works giving an overview of Australian English have been published; many of these are humour books designed for tourists or as novelties. One of the first was Karl Lentzner s Dictionary of the Slang English of Australia and of Some Mixed… …

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  • 14Life of Franz Liszt — Origin= Franz Liszt was born on October 22, 1811, in the village of Raiding (Lang hu|Doborján) in the Kingdom of Hungary, then part of the Habsburg Empire (and today also part of Austria), in the comitat Oedenburg ( hu. Sopron). The main language …

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  • 15vulgarism — /ˈvʌlgərɪzəm/ (say vulguhrizuhm) noun 1. vulgar character or action; vulgarity. 2. a vulgar expression; a word or phrase used only in common colloquial, and especially in coarse, speech: *He was never known to utter a vulgarism, even when alcohol …

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  • 16Für'n Arsch — Infobox Album Name = für n Arsch Type = Album Artist = Wizo Background = Orange Released = 1991 (Germany) Recorded = July 1991, August 1991 Genre = Punk rock Length = 34:40 Label = Hulk Räckorz Producer = Wizo Last album = This album = für n… …

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  • 17raunch — noun a) Low class condition or content; inferiority; inadequacy; b) Dishonorable, base, and vulgar expression …

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  • 18raunchy — adjective a) Very low class; inferior; inadequate. b) With dishonorable, base and vulgar expression. See Also: raunch …

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  • 19extract the urine — vb British to take the piss; to mock. A mock pedan tic version of the common, more vulgar expression …

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  • 20Kate Moss — n British since around 2000 the name of the UK supermodel has been borrowed as a rhyme for toss in the vulgar expression give a toss …

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