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BLOODY

WHAT A BLOODY MESS} HE'S GOT HIS BLOODY COAT ON BACKWARDS}

Submitter comment: MRS. COLBURN USES THE TERM BLOODY AS AN ADJECTIVE IN ANGER, BUT SHE
ALSO USES IT IN JEST. BLOODY IS USED BY THE ENGLISH IN ALMOST EVERY
SITUATION. IT IS INTERESTING TO NOTE THAT BLOODY ALWAYS IS
AN ADJECTIVE AND IS NEVER USED ALONE, LIKE FOR EXAMPLE, DAMN}

Where learned: ENGLAND ; LONDON

Subject headings: SPEECH -- Formula

Date learned: 00001930S

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