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Impolite and offensive expressions used when annoyed or angry - thesaurus

Synonyms

damn

interjection

impolite used when you are annoyed about something

bloody

adjective

Britishimpolite used for emphasizing that you are angry or annoyed about something

for God’s/Christ’s/goodness’/Heaven’s/Pete’s sake

used for emphasizing what you are saying when you are annoyed or angry: ‘for God’s sake’ and ‘for Christ’s sake’ are offensive to some people

get stuffed

used for telling someone to stop annoying you, or for saying that you do not care about what they say

damned

adjective

impolite damn

dammit

interjection

impolite used when you are annoyed about something

bloody hell

used for showing that you are extremely annoyed

damn it/you/him etc

used when you are annoyed about something

goddammit

interjection

informal used when you are angry or annoyed. Some people consider this word offensive.

son of a bitch

interjection

mainly Americanimpolite used for showing that you are annoyed

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bleeding

adjective

Britishimpolite used for emphasizing what you are saying when you are angry or annoyed

bloody

adverb

Britishimpolite used for emphasizing that you are angry or annoyed about something

blow me

Americanoffensive used as an offensive way of emphasizing that you are annoyed or angry at someone. You may hear this expression but should not use it.

bollocks

interjection

Britishimpolite used for showing that you are annoyed or that you do not agree with something

bugger

interjection

Britishimpolite used for saying that you are annoyed about something

Christ

interjection

used for expressing a strong emotion such as surprise or anger. Some people find this offensive.

damn

adjective

impolite used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are annoyed about something

damn

adverb

impolite used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are annoyed about something

damned

adverb

impolite damn

effing

adjective

impolite used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are angry or annoyed, but want to avoid the more offensive wordfucking

freaking

adverb

Americanvery informal used instead of fucking to emphasize what you are saying when you do not want to be offensive

frigging

adjective

spokenoffensive used for adding emphasis to what you are saying when you are angry

fuck

interjection

offensive an extremely offensive expression used for showing anger or surprise

the fuck

noun

offensive an extremely offensive expression used for emphasizing something, to show anger or surprise

fucking

adjective

offensive an extremely offensive expression used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially to show anger

fuck it/you/them etc

offensive an extremely offensive expression used for showing anger with someone or something

God

interjection

used for expressing strong feelings such as anger, surprise, or worry. Some people consider this expression offensive

goddamn

adjective

informal used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are angry or annoyed. Some people consider this word offensive.

I don’t need this crap

impolite used for saying strongly that someone or something is annoying you

Jesus Christ

interjection

impolite used for expressing surprise or anger. This use of the name Jesus Christ is offensive to many Christians.

motherfucking

adjective

mainly Americanoffensive an extremely offensive word used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are angry

screw you/her/him etc

used for expressing your anger

shit

interjection

impolite used for showing that you are annoyed, disappointed, or frightened

sod

verb

Britishimpolite used when you are angry or impatient about something

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