Definition of Blankety

1. Adjective. (dated euphemistic) damnable, damned ¹



2. Adjective. Resembling or related to a blanket. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Blankety

1. "damn" expressed euphemistically [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blankety

blanket party
blanket stitch
blanket suture
blanket term
blanket terms
blanketed
blanketflower
blanketflowers
blanketing
blanketings
blanketless
blanketlike
blanketly
blankets
blanketweed
blankety (current term)
blankie
blankies
blanking
blankings
blankity
blankly
blankness
blanknesses
blanks
blanky
blanquet
blanquets
blanquette
blanquettes

Literary usage of Blankety

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1. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"Tempestuously he began all over again : "I tell you I would n't lift my little finger if all the blankety-blank-blank-blank- blank—" "Oh, goody, then! ..."

2. American Adventures: A Second Trip "abroad at Home" by Julian Street (1917)
"You tell the old blankety-blank-blank that I wish it had been his blankety-blank neck!''" I asked Captain Jones for stories about gambling. ..."

3. Yale Yarns: Sketches of Life at Yale University by John Seymour Wood (1903)
"... Pied Piper of Hamelin ? and the fellow swore a round of first-rate oaths—' blankety blankety blank you blankety students, I 'll get even with you yet! ..."

4. A Place for a Village by Brian Spittle (2006)
"... sending him a telegram afterwards saying 'You blankety blankety blankety blank, you put diesel in my petrol tank' to which he has never replied. ..."

5. The People of the Abyss by Jack London (1903)
"I'd like ter see yer, blankety, blank, blank ! " renewed conflict, mothers, daughters, everybody, during which my landlady calls her young daughter in from ..."

6. Under the Old Flag: Recollections of Military Operations in the War for the by James Harrison Wilson (1912)
"Whereupon the General broke out: "Why—blankety, blank, blank! you astonish me! Saxton and his blankety-blank quartermasters say it will take three days. ..."

7. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"Tempestuously he began all over again : "I tell you I would n't lift my little finger if all the blankety-blank-blank-blank- blank—" "Oh, goody, then! ..."

8. American Adventures: A Second Trip "abroad at Home" by Julian Street (1917)
"You tell the old blankety-blank-blank that I wish it had been his blankety-blank neck!''" I asked Captain Jones for stories about gambling. ..."

9. Yale Yarns: Sketches of Life at Yale University by John Seymour Wood (1903)
"... Pied Piper of Hamelin ? and the fellow swore a round of first-rate oaths—' blankety blankety blank you blankety students, I 'll get even with you yet! ..."

10. A Place for a Village by Brian Spittle (2006)
"... sending him a telegram afterwards saying 'You blankety blankety blankety blank, you put diesel in my petrol tank' to which he has never replied. ..."

11. The People of the Abyss by Jack London (1903)
"I'd like ter see yer, blankety, blank, blank ! " renewed conflict, mothers, daughters, everybody, during which my landlady calls her young daughter in from ..."

12. Under the Old Flag: Recollections of Military Operations in the War for the by James Harrison Wilson (1912)
"Whereupon the General broke out: "Why—blankety, blank, blank! you astonish me! Saxton and his blankety-blank quartermasters say it will take three days. ..."

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