Use "profanity" in a sentence

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1. We need new profanity because familiar profanity has lost its punch.

2. His profanity was unimaginative.

3. The profanity and fighting continued.

4. Even his profanity was unimaginative.

5. Jennifer:Please watch your profanity, preppie.

6. Oh my, no need for profanity.

7. They use a little profanity sometimes.

8. It was part prayer, part profanity.

9. Please watch your profanity, preppy.

10. That gentleman disliked coarseness and profanity.

11. In matter of profanity he was sublime.

12. Vulgarity and profanity offend the Spirit.

13. Do you agree that profanity is justified?

14. Shakespeare wrote Elizabethan profanity into his plays.

15. The comedian delivered a profanity - laced monologue.

16. Rory : Excuse me, but we don't tolerate profanity.

17. Contains war carnage, profanity and protracted suffering.

18. To desecrate a holy spring is considered profanity.

19. In the matter of profanity he was sublime.

20. It includes under-age drinking, sexual situations and profanity.

21. Freed in the slipstream of profanity, it took wing.

22. Then Hewlett Janders stormed over , big , robust full of action and profanity.

23. I will not sit still for profanity in my house.

24. We'll be offering bonuses for most creative use of profanity.

25. 9) There will be no profanity or name-calling in this classroom.

26. Profanity and vulgarity have no place in a religious education setting.

27. The contents have been edited for length, clarity - and some profanity.

28. It is one thing to shock a parent with casual profanity.

29. There will be no profanity or name-calling in this classroom.

30. He knew far more profanity than Scripture, and used and enjoyed it more.

31. And out of that mouth came a steady stream of bottom-line analysis and profanity.

32. Profanity and rough language (beta): Moderate or heavy use of profane language and swear words

33. Insults, cursing, profanity, blasphemy, vulgarities, and obscene language can hurt —sometimes more than physical injuries.

34. You must never curse , cuss , or use any kind of profanity in any job interview .

35. The County will not permit any nudity or profanity by any of the performers during this concert.

36. The path pursued particularly matched the clergy's vision of the profanity of towns and sacrality of rural life.

37. Their exchanges are filled with hesitations, contractions, slang and prejudice, as well as the strange poetry of profanity.

38. This is sometimes used as a help service for new users, or for censorship of profanity.

39. Cursing, profanity, and other forms of obscene language are part of everyday speech in today’s world.

40. To get to that romantic, touching, heartbreaking place, but through a lot of acts of profanity.

41. 18) Racism is a profanity in the realm of logic and in the realm of humaneness .

42. 5 Good Results: When a sister tried to witness to her neighbor, the woman erupted angrily, using profanity.

43. 9 Learn how profanity can enhance your monologue in this free video clip from a professional theater director.

44. Occasional use of profanity won’t necessarily result in your video being unsuitable for advertising, but context matters.

45. There's also a letter from the Lemon Grove city clerk, peppered with profanity, that she never wrote.

46. It was said that Kang Ho-dong had uttered the profanity "XX-bitch" in one of the scenes.

47. Not surprisingly, then, music with sexually seductive —if not explicit— lyrics, profanity, and wild, arousing tempos is popular.

48. From their hiding place they heard one burst of profanity from the driver before other voices crowded round.

49. This cannot be explained away as a coarse Western deficiency; though his taste swung from joyous profanity to extremes of prudishness .

50. I could tell she hastily wrote it in a state of desperation, since it's filled with misspellings, flighty run-on sentences, and profanity.