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expletive

[′ek·spləd·iv]
(engineering)
Any material used as fill, for example, a piece of masonry used to fill a cavity.

expletive

Something used to fill up, as a piece of masonry used to fill a cavity.
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He was detestably poor, and this was the reason, no doubt, that his expletive expressions about betting, seldom took a pecuniary turn.
In the radiance of these discoveries, and the tumult of their reaction, she made a fool of herself as freely and conspicuously as when she so rashly adopted Eliza's expletive in Mrs.
The video circulating on social media since Friday night shows a man, who identifies himself as Adnan Pasha, waving a gun and firing shots in the air while spurting expletives on an empty road that he claims is the main Shahra-e-Faisal in Karachi.
READ:JV Ejercito defends Gatchalian over Twitter expletives Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 On New Year's day, Gatchalian reacted to tweets calling him "ingrate" or "trapo" for laying blame on the preceding Aquino administration for some of the country's ills.
If he spewed out expletives at least five times every time he spoke in public, the curses would amount to about P400,000 in his first 100 days in office.
Obviously there were lots of expletives in between and that he would be losing his job.
Therefore, I would like to challenge every adult in Liverpool to think twice before using an expletive in front of a young person and to challenge other people using expletives in everyday conversation (in a friendly way) as they are overused, dull and a very poor example for young learners
In February of 2009, Oklahoma State University's men's basketball coach Travis Ford was caught by a live television feed screaming expletives at one of his players (Associated Press, 2009).
Or is it because it's awoman who is uttering the expletives
A federal appeals court has issued a sensible ruling on the strict standards the Federal Communications Commission imposed that year to punish broadcasters who inadvertently aired nudity or expletives.
and Nicole Richie broadcasts of so-called fleeting expletives.
MOTHERWELL 1 KILMARNOCK 0 WELL manager Craig Brown credited assistant Archie Knox's expletives for their latest victory.