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  • adj. Archaic form of euphemistic.

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Examples

  • They are euphemistical as to the weather, calling it hazy and soft, and never allowing themselves to carry bad language on such a subject beyond the word dull.

    Castle Richmond

  • Certainly ... they do not seem to have been a company of gentle, dreamy and euphemistical saints, with a particular aptitude for martyrdom and an inordinate development of affability.”

    Anne Bradstreet and Her Time

  • Certainly ... they do not seem to have been a company of gentle, dreamy and euphemistical saints, with a particular aptitude for martyrdom and an inordinate development of affability. "

    Anne Bradstreet and Her Time

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