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It’s the height of brand-as-euphemism—less about aspiration than sneaking unglamorous ideas into consumers’ heads with a friendly, accessible gloss.
The dialogue in Made for Love is great—funny, distinctive and observant about the way tech euphemisms can invade the physical world and change the way we think.
Even then, users can quickly learn to outwit the model by doing things like changing the wording of a post or replacing incendiary phrases with euphemisms, making their message illegible to the AI while still obvious to a human.
Hammond said the phrase “not having a bed” was a euphemism for lacking enough nurses, respiratory therapists, perfusionists and doctors to care for patients who need intensive care.
DYING ON THE WAITLISTBY DAVID ARMSTRONG AND MARSHALL ALLENFEBRUARY 18, 2021PROPUBLICA
First, to increase domestic oil production and reduce dependence on “foreign oil,” a euphemism for imports from OPEC countries.
As there are many Corsican policemen on the Continent they use this euphemism to designate the ignoble calling they follow.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
He reported having received information that Rosecrans was being reënforced, but in this again he may be suspected of a euphemism.
STONE'S RIVERWILSON J. VANCE
For market competition (as already quoted) "is a euphemism for railroad policy."
She used terms regarding cathedrals and pictures for which boredom is the mildly polite euphemism.
THE MOUNTEBANKWILLIAM J. LOCKE
The suggestion of smallpox appears to be the same euphemism which was resorted to in the cases of other exalted personages.

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