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expletive (s) (noun), expletives (pl)
A word or phrase which people sometimes say when they are upset, angry, in pain, or being vulgar: Expletives were deleted from the narrative of the interview of the politician by the reporter of the news article.

The use of expletives are appearing on the covers of magazines including those that emphasize female contents.

Swearing or using expletives is so prevalent these days that it is difficult to keep its presence out of some magazines or even TV news.

A profane expression or swear word.
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