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Definition of "euphemistic" [eu•phe•mis•tic]

  • Of or pertaining to euphemism (adjective)

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Use "euphemistic" in a sentence
  • "The administration sought to justify the unjustifiable by coining the euphemistic doublespeak of "roughing up"."
  • "Steve: It is hardly "euphemistic" to describe me as being in the mineral exploration business."
  • "Now Mike Walker has the whole story, and it turns out that "inappropriate gestures" was some kind of euphemistic code for groping the caboose of every woman in the club:"