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