- n. Alternative form of double talk.
“DeMint at least voices the seething hatred of anything non-Republican, right out loud, no punches pulled, not double-talk.”
“Then, he will reference this double-talk to seem centrist in the general election.”
“These revenues were in the past lumped in with other revenues so while you knew Goldman was making a lot of money taking risk, you never knew just how much so you had to rely on the double-talk from senior executives for the scant details.”
“Repugs have contributed many new definitions of hypocrisy, double-talk, dissemblance, sanctimony, and insincerity.”
“So where is the public challenge in the media to the hypocrisy, the double-talk from Shelby?”
“If you think she has fooled me with some kind of double-talk, you are wrong.”
“For the person on the other end it was the difference between being mired by the negative double-talk of the Inner Critic and finishing the story on a high note.”
“Is it a matter of counting the votes and deciding it was pointless to try, or is it a matter of shady back-room deals and double-talk?”
“I'd like Hollywood people to be more forthright and stop using double-talk.”
“This "comprehensive" double-talk has gone on long enough.”
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