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Definition of Euphemistical

Euphemistical
Euphemistic Eu`phe*mis"tic, Euphemistical Eu`phe*mis"tic*al, a. Pertaining to euphemism; containing a euphemism; softened in expression. -- Eu`phe*mis"tic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Euphemistical from wikipedia

- child as pregnant. Doublespeak is a term sometimes used for deliberate euphemistic misuse of words to distort or reverse their meaning, as in a "Ministry...
- thousands of Taiwanese served in the ****anese military. Over 2,000 women, euphemistically called "comfort women", were forced into ****ual slavery for Imperial...
- himself at the time of intercourse." Christian texts may sometimes euphemistically refer to anal **** as the peccatum contra naturam (the sin against nature...
- (Prozac), euphemistically referred to as Vitamin P, an SSRI used for depression and various mental disorders Paroxetine (Paxil), euphemistically referred...
- Written by Eichmann and stamped "Top Secret", the minutes were written in "euphemistic language" on Heydrich's instructions, according to Eichmann's later testimony...
- 1960s, "orca" has steadily grown in po****rity. The term "orca" is euphemistically preferred by some to avoid the negative connotations of "killer", and...
- mistake and annul the marriage. Henry's quest for an annulment became euphemistically known as the "King's Great Matter". Anne saw an opportunity in Henry's...
- suggests that the name Ariadne (derived from ἁγνή, hagne, "pure"), was an euphemistical name given by the Gr****s to the nameless "Mistress of the labyrinth"...
- commercial **** or, colloquially, hooking. It is sometimes referred to euphemistically as "the world's oldest profession" in the English-speaking world. A...
- A speech error, commonly referred to as a slip of the tongue (Latin: lapsus linguae, or occasionally self-demonstratingly, lipsus languae) or misspeaking...
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