George Carlin on euphemisms
(part three)

collections: George Carlin
Posted 23 January 2017
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Euphemisms are generally innocuous words and expressions used in place of others considered indecent or inappropriate. Euphemisms make our speech "softer", "embellish" the reality, and such words and expressions are present in every language. English is no exception; this language is full of euphemisms that only become more complicated over the course of time.

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contract killer -
crime fighter -
to depopulate -
disinformation -
engage in -
freedom fighter -
greedy -
to invent -
to measure -
to mention -
to neutralize -
nuclear radiation -
sin -
smug -
an unit -
well-fed -