For example, see “f***ing Jewish c***s” graphic on p.16 of our 2012 report, pdf here.
Or did you plan to have an affair with her for twenty f---ing years while I took care of the houses and the yachts and the kids?
Seeing himself, his soon-to-be-wife, and his future in-laws, Marc Mezvinsky said incredulously, “Can you f--ing believe it?”
Nasim Pedrad looked exactly like Jasmine, and Kristen Wiig channeled her best Lohan as a Cinderella who is a “huge ---ing mess.”
Are you telling me you had an affair for twenty f---ing years!
Slouch′ing, walking with a downcast, awkward manner: hanging down.
He say, 'Musq'oosis, I no good for not'ing 't'all but a soldier.'
Subject to this qualification, the proportion of the forms in -ing, is a measure of the Germanism of the population.
It is not pleasant to live with one who is constantly ——ing.
Undawning, un-dawn′ing, adj. not yet dawning or showing light.
suffix attached to verbs to mean their action, result, product, material, etc., from Old English -ing, -ung, from Proto-Germanic *unga (cf. Old Norse -ing, Dutch -ing, German -ung). Originally used to form nouns from verbs and to denote completed or habitual action. Its use has been greatly expanded in Middle and Modern English.
suffix used form the present participle of verbs, from Old English -ende (cf. German -end, Gothic -and, Sanskrit -ant, Greek -on, Latin -ans). It evolved into -ing in 13c.-14c.