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Boren has become the master of conference realignment doublespeak, never passing up an opportunity to put Oklahoma into wild speculation involving the SEC, Pac 12 or Big Ten.
Bruce Haynes, founding partner of the bipartisan Purple Strategies consulting firm, calls this typical political doublespeak.
Paxson tried concealing nothing and, sitting next to Forman, who has a doctorate in doublespeak, the contrast in candor was striking.
The novel, published in 1949, conjured up a bleak vision of an authoritarian society where propaganda has replaced reality and doublespeak has ousted truth.
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DOUBLESPEAK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doublespeak for English Language Learners
: language that can be understood in more than one way and that is used to trick or deceive people
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