Phucked vs Plucked - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between phucked and plucked
is that phucked
) while plucked
As an adjective plucked is
(of something with feathers, hair etc
) having had these items removed by plucking.
* 2003 , Edward Abbey, David Petersen, Confessions of a barbarian (page 181)
* 2008 , Steve Gertsch, A Templar's Vows
- So now it's four days later and the problem, precisely phrased, is how to get the phucking leg up off the phucking bed. Sweating and cursing, try as I will, I cannot lift that phucking limb.
* 2010 , D. B. Moon, Mind Sweeper (page 124)
- “My Lord, you really phucked him up,” said Winola. “I have never seen anything like that before.”
- He breathed in again and gritted what teeth he had left. When he exhaled, saliva and blood poured out of his mouth, as well as another blood bubble. “Phuck you Natshi!”
(of something with feathers, hair etc. ) Having had these items removed by plucking.
(of the strings of an instrument) Played by plucking.
Having courage and spirit; plucky.