profanity

[ pruh-fan-i-tee, proh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF profanity

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"I won't listen in silence to the profanity of that old heathen," she cried.

Sometimes, perhaps, profanity seems picturesque and effective.

My blue-eyed friend erected himself into an obelisk of profanity.

Profanity had never been strongly discountenanced at "Gunn's."

I rejoined with some severity, for I have never held with profanity.

Around them came the muffled voices of men, free with profanity.

"For your profanity and want of courtesy we will make the ransom a thousand philips, then," said he.

To seek advice from Heaven on such points was a sort of profanity.

He was not given to profanity, but he could say "Judas Priest" in a way that sizzled.

He was not, for a second or two, quite satisfied that the reply was devoid of profanity.

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