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Aside from the obvious exclusions and general blocking of profanity from triggering your campaigns, leveraging contextual query data and search data ahead of pushing new campaigns live can and will save you money in the long run.

Right now, the researchers have used a profanity filter to clean up some particularly egregious language, but it is mostly limited to English.

While not profanity, effing was bleeped out for broadcast television.

Many of the tickets Nucci reviewed at the courthouse, though, cited “profanity.”

As in Watson’s case, officers involved in seven of the 11 most recent seditious language cases described the violation as “profanity” on the ticket.

An hour-and-a-half of pure, raucous, profanity-fueled laughter: what a perfect edition of Fashion Police aired on E!

Bieber will push the envelope with the profanity of his times.

His acceptance speech was a reflection of his career, and laced with enough profanity to make a pirate blush.

That we should all muster our human empathy, and create from this profanity a shared understanding of the Iraq War.

Jackson was also blamed for widespread censorship on the airwaves, which went all-out in banning any sort of nudity or profanity.

Never in her life had the vicar's wife been guilty of profanity till now, but the opportunity was too golden to be missed.

Gwynne called, shouted, approached the verge of profanity, but he might as well have addressed the silent forest.

The first part of his journey home to the cabin was one of profanity; the second of prayer; the third of grim silence.

There were plenty of failures, a lot of heartbreak and profanity, an occasional injury—but they kept going, and they got there.

He studied the numbers again, and allowed himself the rare luxury of an outburst of vari-coloured profanity.

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On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to profanity, such as: four-letter word, obscenity, swearing, abuse, blasphemy, and curse.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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