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My favourite types of words are F words. They’re so satisfying. I ask that you look beyond the obvious here because F lends itself to so many pleasing words, not just one (although, come to a marvellously useful word ...). F words are, I think, some of the most extraordinarily beautiful words in the English language when you consider the breadth and depth of meaning they encompass.

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