Also it never allows to use all words and terms to present one's intention and make one to euphemize
unmentionable words by metaphor, synonym, antonym, jargon, censoring and even by borrowing words from another culture to mitigate or remove negative effect on hearer and speaker's face.
The people of Baghdad] euphemize
someone's abusing someone else "0 fornicator
Believe this effort to euphemize
political malfeasance is overly generous.
It is, certainly, not only denizens of the left who theorize and euphemize
their way out of inconvenient situations.
Does literature euphemize
the brute if indeterminate fact of founding violence, a process the Shakespearean text demystifies?
The falling, dropping, crumpling that euphemize
killing in Fick's memoir threaten to weaken the violence of war as wrote.
Her female competency and class security nonplusses Red and every man present, who would all prefer to protectively euphemize
her purchase--in order to shelter themselves (though in the name of chivalry and sheltering the Woman) from her unsettling threat to their notions of masculinity--the threat that she herself signifies.
They don't supersize, they don't downsize, they euphemize
Fox is trying to euphemize
- if not euthanize - comedian Chris Rock's childhood into a sitcom, while the WB is trying to tame the ribald Robert Schimmel, whose previous sitcom was canceled by Fox before it ever aired.
Indeed, he tends to euphemize
the social criticism found in his sources--in Stefan Zweig, the author of Letter From an Unknown Woman and in Arthur Schnitzler, the author of both Liebelei and La Ronde.
Like their Northern counterparts, the histories of African Americans and of slavery in Connecticut neglect and euphemize
slavery after the enactment of gradual abolition.
That's the term Corporate America coined to euphemize
actions that result in workers losing their jobs.