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[ UK /ʌnpɹˈɪntəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ənˈpɹɪntəbəɫ/ ]
  1. unfit for print because morally or legally objectionable or offensive to good taste
    an unprintable epithet
    unprintable pictures
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How To Use unprintable In A Sentence

  • Yet he couldn't resist throwing in the dirty ditty about porn star Linda Lovelace and then the radioactive, unprintable song that, Coe explained, was inspired by a fantasy of racist Alabaman George Wallace being cuckolded by a black man. Exiled from Nashville, ribald David Allan Coe can still laugh at his lyrics
  • My subsequent opinions are unprintable, so just use your imagination.
  • She could see the hurt in his eyes, and for a moment she wrestled the urge to call Maia a number of unprintable names. Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series
  • shouted the rail worker, before adding an unprintable comment about George W Bush and walking off.
  • Beyond that lay Gordon’s land, a graveyard for Conservatives, home of the murky Scottish Labour party and a press corps whom Mr Blair once described with a phrase unprintable in this magazine. John Rentoul today puts Trevor Kavanagh and myself in the...
  • He prefaced the word `rubbish" with a few choice but unprintable adjectives. SAN ANDREAS
  • an unprintable epithet
  • And as for what preening churchmen think we ought to drive, well, my sentiments are unprintable.
  • HELEN FIELDING'S Bridget Jones burst on our subconscious with a wonderful candour and contributed singleton apart from other unprintable words to our lexicon.
  • Unpleasant epithets, abuses, unprintable words and curses were being shot at each other with anger-soaked bullets.
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