He was just using a colloquial, profane expression to make a point.
The lanky, scandal-scarred former Congressman and purveyor of the now colloquial sext, has lived and died by the tweet.
Their colloquial English, their ability to influence the West.
To use an US Army colloquial term, he is a "No Go" for the cabinet post.
A hypothetical history of how words become part of the colloquial lexicon.
Here resorted men of rank and wit, for Rich's colloquial oddities were much relished.
Perrin was nettled, for he prided himself on his colloquial style.
The phrase to "come over me" is colloquial, and too low even for a letter.
In this way he acquired a colloquial knowledge of that language.
You are cold and ceremonious; what, in colloquial language, we should call short.
pertaining to words or expressions more suitable for speech than writing; in informal, conversational style
colloquial language or speech
Latin colloquium 'speaking together'