billingsgate [bil-ingz-geyt or, esp. British, -git]
1. coarsely or vulgarly abusive language.
vituperation, vilification, invective, scurrility, vulgarity.
Origin: 1645-55; orig. the kind of speech often heard at Billingsgate, a London fish market at the gate of the same name
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