Notably, the word ‘challenge’ was used as a euphemism to gloss over the existence of serious problems.
It was like a euphemism for a dirty word, he'd rather people'd just said the word than try to make it seem nicer.
the jargon has given us ‘downsizing’ as a euphemism for cuts
As I remember, it was shortly after the word gay became the euphemism for homosexual.
Reform is a polite euphemism for forcing banks to close out bad loans, enforce bankruptcy and require layoffs of excess workers.
Each drawn shoe is accompanied by a blunt euphemism from the history of conflict.
“downsizing” as a euphemism for cuts
She wants to reclaim the word old and rejects euphemisms like elderly and seniors.
‘Environmental design’ is just one of the many euphemisms for the ubertrendy catch words Feng Shui.
Sir John could be counted on not to speak in mild euphemisms .