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song and dance

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of song and dance

  1. language marked by abstractions, jargon, euphemisms, and circumlocutions <instead of simply denying our request, the mayor's representative gave us a song and dance about legal issues and municipal liability> Synonyms bafflegab, double-talk, gobbledygook (also gobbledegook), rigmarole (also rigamarole), gibberishRelated Words bureaucratese, computerese, educationese, governmentese, legalese, Pentagonese, psychobabble, technobabble; bombast, fustian, gas, grandiloquence, hot air, hype, oratory, rhetoric, wind




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