That we should all muster our human empathy, and create from this profanity a shared understanding of the Iraq War.
In this day and age, as Jon Stewart argued, stopping the use of profanity on TV borders on the weirdly quaint.
Jackson was also blamed for widespread censorship on the airwaves, which went all-out in banning any sort of nudity or profanity.
Now it has a different meaning: to inundate someone with profanity and insults.
“I had to cut some of the profanity and violent images to get it from an R to a PG-13,” confesses Bannon.
Three of these were travelling together; one of them spoke a little English, being proficient in profanity.
(p. 419) A salvo of profanity from the train crew followed them.
There was some reason mingled with this white-haired old peasant's profanity.
Good Mr. Caryll was innocent of the remotest intention of profanity.
Showers of expectoration and thunder claps o' profanity and braggart gales o' Yankee dialect!