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I honestly think any word can be a swear word if the intention behind its use is to swear. I think saying "fricken" is an attempt to seem better like you're not actually swearing but really, if you tend it to be a substitute for a swear word, it might not sound as bad, but the intention is the same.

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Virtually no modern day “naughty words” are in the Bible, so it’s all a judgement call. Is freaking a bad word? Having said that, lets answer the question. No, freaking is not a bad word. If you don’t know already, it is a replacement for the the F- word. The F-word is bad because it is a vulgar reference to the act of sex.

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Yes it is and its NOT a bad word!!! Henry Clay Frick, American industrialist and philanthropist 1849-1919. Frick and Frack were professional ice skaters from Switzerland who performed in the "Ice ...

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Page 1 of 2 - Is 'frickin' a swear word? - posted in What Do You Think?: 9yo DS has started saying 'frickin' quite a bit. I always pull him up when he says it but he continues to say it's not a ...

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Yes it is and its NOT a bad word!!! Henry Clay Frick, American industrialist and philanthropist 1849-1919. Frick and Frack were professional ice skaters from Switzerland who performed in the "Ice ...

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Is "freakin" a Bad Word? "Freaking," according to Dictionary.com, is an adverb or adjective form of freak that is used to emphasize a point. In this regard, it is not a bad word, but profanity is often contextual.

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The meaning of the word “Fuck” changes with situation. Look at this image Source: WhatsApp

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Some words are taboo; we sometimes refer to them with names like "the F-word" or "the A-word", or even (oh, my!) "the C-word", because we know that they have some potential for offense regardless of context, and if we're polite, we want to avoid violating the taboo ourselves.

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A word commonly used by nine year olds to express displeasure.

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A Southern and Midwestern slang word used to express excitement or distainment without using profanity.