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The major breakthrough in publication was James Jones' "From Here to Eternity" , with 50 fucks down from in the original manuscript. In , the publishers of "The Naked and the Dead" persuaded Norman Mailer to use the euphemism fug. The relevant line reads:. The legal barriers against use in print broke down in midc. Related Entries clusterfuck eff fike fucker fucking fuckwit swivel.

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Fuck-all "nothing" first recorded When Mailer later was introduced to Dorothy Parker, she greeted him with, "So you're the man who can't spell 'fuck' " [The quip sometimes is attributed to Tallulah Bankhead]. But OED remarks that these "cannot be shown to be related" to the English word.

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The legal barriers against use in print broke down in midc. When Mailer later was introduced to Dorothy Parker, she greeted him with, "So you're the man who can't spell 'fuck' " [The quip sometimes is attributed to Tallulah Bankhead]. The earliest examples of the word otherwise are from Scottish, which suggests a Scandinavian origin, perhaps from a word akin to Norwegian dialectal fukka "copulate," or Swedish dialectal focka "copulate, strike, push," and fock "penis. Buck cites proper name John le Fucker from , but that surname could have other explanations.