blankity

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blankity (not comparable)

  1. Alternative spelling of blankety.
    • 1887, H. P. Ufford, "Beaver Notes", Outing, September 1887:
      "Why the blankity blank don't you blankity blank idiots do your work right, and be blanked to you? Going to be all the blankity blanked night getting the blankity blanked log into the lake, you blanked blanks, you? Wait till I show you blankity blank slow-worms how to yank that stick out, and be three times blanked to you?"
    • 2009, Nancy Rue & Stephen Arterburn, Healing Sands, Thomas Nelson (2009), ISBN 9781595544285, page 120:
      [] and my father picked me up and screamed at my mother to get that blankity-blank dog out of our blankity-blank house and take him back where he blankity-blank came from."
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