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I don't define the F-word in my dictionary in case of misstrokes. It has rarely come up anyways. So take it out of your dictionary completely.
Quite a while ago, I modified my dictionary so that if I needed to reflect an F-bomb, I would have to stroke /TPR*EL /TPR*EL, which is a word I borrowed from the old SciFi network show, Farscape (though there, it's only said once).
So, I'm transcribing a taped telephone conversation of a guy in prison, and the F-word comes up, and I tried to write it normally ... but it didn't translate.
It took a while, but I finally remembered that dictionary entry!
That said, Mark Kislingbury recommends having a "Bad Words" dictionary. He has it set up to put in a space if he should accidentally stroke one of those seven words you're not supposed to say on television.
He also has another dictionary he uses when he needs those words to show up ... and that's a pair of ideas I intend to adopt.
Delete that word! Never heard it ever in my 25 years of reporting. If it ever comes up, just job define.