Definitions

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  • noun The jargon used by a particular group.

Etymologies

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group +‎ -speak

Examples

  • Whatever one's private views, groupspeak requires that answers are found outside, not inside, the black community -- and demand more programs and more federal money.

    American Groupspeak - Victor Davis Hanson - Townhall Conservative

  • You speak of the natural cycle, but to hear and read the AGW consensus side, you'd think carbon and CO2 were not part of the natural cycle-but something to be eradicated -- pollution, as the new groupspeak has it in my country and yours.

    RealClimate

  • You speak of the natural cycle, but to hear and read the AGW consensus side, you'd think carbon and CO2 were not part of the natural cycle-but something to be eradicated -- pollution, as the new groupspeak has it in my country and yours.

    RealClimate

  • You speak of the natural cycle, but to hear and read the AGW consensus side, you'd think carbon and CO2 were not part of the natural cycle-but something to be eradicated -- pollution, as the new groupspeak has it in my country and yours.

    RealClimate

  • You speak of the natural cycle, but to hear and read the AGW consensus side, you'd think carbon and CO2 were not part of the natural cycle-but something to be eradicated -- pollution, as the new groupspeak has it in my country and yours.

    RealClimate

  • You speak of the natural cycle, but to hear and read the AGW consensus side, you'd think carbon and CO2 were not part of the natural cycle-but something to be eradicated -- pollution, as the new groupspeak has it in my country and yours.

    RealClimate

  • a mixture of political groupspeak, biblical allusion, slapstick, and bereft lyricism, a kind of language of unlikeness.

    Deals

  • a mixture of political groupspeak, biblical allusion, slapstick, and bereft lyricism, a kind of language of unlikeness.

    Translation

  • a mixture of political groupspeak, biblical allusion, slapstick, and bereft lyricism, a kind of language of unlikeness.

    A Different Stripe:

  • a mixture of political groupspeak, biblical allusion, slapstick, and bereft lyricism, a kind of language of unlikeness.

    A Letter from the Editor on Andrey Platonov (and a sale)

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