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double talk

noun as in talk intended to confuse

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Why all this double talk and evasion about a hugely enjoyable foray into genre fiction?

Sure, the West Point speech was filled with politics and double talk.

Also, it has some of the elements of modern international diplomacy in its double-talk and duplicity.

That—that double talk of ours didn't make any impression on that Stohl.

Chahda walked right up to him, muttering something that was probably Hindu double talk.

Now they would stall him off about the machines after handing him a fast line of double-talk.

He'd duck the question or give them some diplomatic double-talk.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to double-talk, such as: amphiboly/amphibology, balderdash, baloney, bull, drivel, and equivocation.

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