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doublespeak

noun dou·ble·speak \ˈdə-bəl-ˌspēk\

: language that can be understood in more than one way and that is used to trick or deceive people

Full Definition of DOUBLESPEAK

:  language used to deceive usually through concealment or misrepresentation of truth; also :  gobbledygook
dou·ble·speak·er \-ˌspē-kər\ noun

First Known Use of DOUBLESPEAK

1952

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