Definition of blankety in English:

blankety

Syllabification: blank·e·ty
Pronunciation: /ˈblaNGkitē
 
/
(also blankety-blank)

adjective & noun

informal
Used euphemistically to replace a word considered coarse or vulgar: it’s time to ditch the blankety-blank tax code
More example sentences
  • What is the name of the blankety-blank biped species responsible for leaving messy spots around public toilet seats?
  • There's some truth to what he says, although saying that is just plain blankety-blank stupid.
  • No calls can come in, none can go out - it effectively turns the blankety-blank cell phone off.

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