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Definition of Circumlocutional

Circumlocutional
Circumlocutional Cir`cum*lo*cu"tion*al, a. Relating to, or consisting of, circumlocutions; periphrastic; circuitous.

Meaning of Circumlocutional from wikipedia

- Cir****locution (also called cir****duction, cir****volution, periphrasis, kenning or ambage) is a phrase that circles around a specific idea with multiple...
- (Old English kenning [cʰɛnːiŋɡ], Modern Icelandic [cʰɛnːiŋk]) is a cir****locution, an ambiguous or roundabout figure of speech, used instead of an ordinary...
- Periphrasis, or cir****locution, is one of the most common: to "speak around" a given word, implying it without saying it. Over time, cir****locutions become recognized...
- bureaucracy of the British Treasury, in the form of his fictional "Cir****locution Office". In addition, he satirises the stratification of society that...
- January 13, 2015. Friedman, Nancy (February 16, 2015). "The Winding Cir****locutions of Schitt's Cr**** Reviews". Slate Magazine. Retrieved July 6, 2019...
- loanword; the harlequin of the French carnival, grotesquely dressed up Cir****locution Office – a name emplo**** by Charles ****ens in his serial novel Little...
- Jews on the council, which is unobjectionable, the substitution of a cir****locution like Jewish people or persons of Jewish background may in itself cause...
- treating anomic aphasia include cir****locution-induced naming therapy (CIN), wherein the patient uses cir****locution to ****ist with his or her naming...
- embodiment of the forefathers, and for this reason it was called by many cir****locutions: mesikämmen ("mead-paw"), otso ("browed one"), kontio ("dweller of...
- intentional (although intent usually is connoted), and is accomplished with cir****locution (talking around the subject), the use of jargon (technical language...
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