doublespeak

[duhb-uh l-speek] /ˈdʌb əlˌspik/
noun
1.
evasive, ambiguous language that is intended to deceive or confuse.
Origin
1950–55; double + speak, by analogy with doublethink
Related forms
doublespeaker, noun
British Dictionary definitions for double speak
doublespeak (ˈdʌbəlˌspiːk)
 
n
the practice of using ambiguous language regarding political, military, or corporate matters in a deliberate attempt to disguise the truth

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Word Origin and History for double speak
doublespeak
1957, from double + speak, coined on model of doublethink in Orwells Nineteen Eighty-Four (the language in that book was Newspeak).
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Tile value for double

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