IS YOUR DESERT PLANT KNOWLEDGE SUCCULENT OR DRIED UP?
Origin of expletive
OTHER WORDS FROM expletiveex·ple·tive·ly, adverb
Words nearby expletive
Example sentences from the Web for expletive
So be careful what you say and what you do, because the Kinect, for better and worse, really is [expletive] watching you.
Now, it seems, Hamas is being struck from the list of expletive targets.
In fact, for many conservatives, it seems to be an expletive.The GOP Sounds Un-Christian in Condemning Obama’s Quran-Burning Apology|Kirsten Powers|February 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But it is time to move forward while remembering that what we did do is a “Big [Expletive] Deal.”
It was he who spoke first, and it is possible that he did not quite intend to use the expletive which broke from him.The Shuttle|Frances Hodgson Burnett
With a Romany expletive, he flung back the curtain of the tent and passed out into the night.The World For Sale, Complete|Gilbert Parker
The scorn of the expletive drew from the very depths of furious contempt.Laramie Holds the Range|Frank H. Spearman
And he added a Valencian expletive more vehement than choice.Froth|Armando Palacio Valds
She breathed the expletive she learned from her latest companions.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
British Dictionary definitions for expletive
adjective Also: expletory (ɪkˈspliːtərɪ)
Derived forms of expletiveexpletively, adverb
Word Origin for expletive
Cultural definitions for expletive
Any exclamation or oath, especially one that is obscene or profane, as in “Dammit, I forgot to buy the milk.”