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Helveticurse is the exploration of a glossary-type website that contrasts the neutrality of Helvetica with the offensiveness of English curse words. Related content is pulled from Google, Wikipedia and Twitter.

Helveticurse is a CHEDONLINE project and is designed and developed with love and curiosity by Charles Lim aka Ched. It was inspired by sites like Newswordy and films like Helvetica.


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bloody
/ˈblʌ.di/


Definition

adjective /ˈblʌ.di/
bloodier, comparative; bloodiest, superlative

  • Covered, smeared, or running with blood
    • - a bloody body
  • Composed of or resembling blood
    • - a bloody discharge
  • Involving or characterized by bloodshed or cruelty
    • - a bloody coup
    • - the bloody tyrannies of Europe

verb /ˈblədē/
bloodied, past participle; bloodied, past tense; bloodies, 3rd person singular present; bloodying, present participle

  • Cover or stain with blood
    • - he ended the fight with his face bloodied and battered
    • - she has been bloodied in her three years on the commission

adjective
bloodier, comparative; bloodiest, superlative

  • vulgar. Used to express anger, annoyance, or shock, or simply for emphasis
    • - took your bloody time
    • bloody Hell!—what was that?
    • - it’s bloody cold outside
  • Unpleasant or perverse
    • - don’t be too bloody to poor Jack
Full definition for bloody

Wikipedia

Bloody is a commonly used expletive attributive (intensifier) in the United Kingdom and many Commonwealth and ex-Commonwealth countries, including Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Newfoundland and Labrador, the Anglophone Caribbean, Hong Kong, India, and Pakistan. [...]

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