Euphemism in a sentence

Use Euphemism in a sentence


Meaning: [adjective]a polite phrase to cover something unpleasant or shocking;

‘Pass away’ can be used a euphemism for ‘to die’.

A jockey’s vacation is a euphemism for injuries.

A modern Hebrew euphemism for pork is “white meat”.

Liquids is a euphemism for alcohol, according to the multiple congressional sources.

Some euphemisms are intended to amuse, while others are created to mislead or at least put a positive spin on events.

Strange euphemism for toilet is “washroom”.

The term “interrupting pregnancies” is a euphemism for abortion on demand.

The euphemism ‘collateral damage’ just means dead civilians.

For example, a common euphemism for euthanasia is ‘put to sleep.’