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Today's word is euphemism, spelled E-U-P-H-E-M-I-S-M.

Euphemism is a noun that means the substitution of an agreeable or inoffensive expression for one that may offend or suggest something unpleasant, also the expression so substituted. Here is the word used in a sentence by Felicity Cloake in The New Statesman.

"Jane Grigson is sometimes described as 'the food writer's food writer,' which is probably a euphemism for 'the food writer all other food writers would secretly like to be.' I'm sure I'm not alone in the wide-eyed admiration and green-eyed envy with which I read her work."

The word euphemism derives from the Greek word euphemos, which means "auspicious, sounding good." The first part of that root is the Greek prefix eu-, meaning "good." The second part is phēmē, a Greek word for "speech" that is itself a derivative of the verb phanai, meaning "to speak." Among the numerous linguistic cousins of euphemism on the eu- side of the family are eulogy, euphoria, and euthanasia; on the phanai side, its kin include prophet and aphasia which means loss of the power to understand words.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]2015-08-07 How to Use a Word

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Today's word is euphemism. Spell E-U-P-H-E-M-I-S-M.                                                   

Euphemism is a noun that means the substition of an ingreeable or in affensive expression for that one may offend or suggest sth unpleasent.


Also the expression is so substituted. Here is the word used in a sentense by fricited clock in the new statement.


Jane. G is sometimes described as the food writer, fruit writer which is probably a euphemism for the food writer or other fruit writers with secret like to be. I am sure I am not alone in the white admiration and green-eyed envy with which I reach her work.


The word euphemism derives from the quick world you famose which means auspicious sounding good. The first part of that root is the greek prefreks eu-, meaning good. The second is phemi-, a greek word for speech that is suffered to deliver the verb phemi, meaning to speak.


Among the new more  linguisted cousins of euphemism on the eu side of the family are euligy, eupheria and euphenesia. On the phenight side is came include profit and aphsia (A-P-H-A-I-S-I-A) which means the last of power to understand words.


I'm Peter S. with your word of the day.

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[Homework]2015-08-07 How to Use a Word

Today's word is euphemism, spelled E-U-P-H-E-M-I-S-M. Euphemism is a noun that means the substitution of an agreeable or inoffensive expression for one that may offend or suggest something unpleasant. Also the expression ''so substituted''.

Here's the word used in a sentence by ** ** in the Newstatemen.

Jane Grickson is sometimes described as the food-writers foodwriter, which is probably a euphemism for the food writer or other food writers which secretly like to be. I'm sure I'm not alone in the white-eyed admiration and green-eyed envy with which I read her work.

The word euphemism derives from the Greek word εὔφημος, which means auspicious, sounding good. The first part of that root is the Greek prefix εὖ'', meaning good; The second is ''φήμη'', a Greek word for speech that is a ** derivative of the verb ''φάναι'', meaning to speak. Among the numerous linguistic cousins of euphemism, on the ''εὖ'' side of the family are eulogy, euphoria and euthanasia; On the ''φάναι'' side, it can include prophet and aphasia, A-P-H-A-S-I-A, which means the loss of the power to understand words.

I'm Peter Sokolowski, with your Word of the Day.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Today`s word is euphemism ,spelled E-U-P-H-E-M-I-S-M, euphemism is a noun, that means the substitution of the agreeable or inoffensive expression for one that may offened or suggest something unpleasant, also the expression so substituted.
Here is the word used in a sentence by * in the New Statesman.
Jean * is sometimes descriped as 'the food writer`s food writer' which is probably a euphemism for the food writer all other food writers with secrit(secretly) like to be.
I am sure i`m not along in the (wide-eye admiration) and (green-eye) envy which that i read her work.
The word euphemism derives from the Greek word * which means ospices(auspicious), sounding good. The first part of that root is the Greek (prefix) EU- meaning good. The second is *,a Greek word for speech that is self(itself a derivative) of the verb * meaning to speak. among the newm*(numerous)(linguistic cousins)of euphemism on the EU- side of the family are * * * on the * side is * include *and Aphasia  A-p-h-a-s-i-a which means the loss of power to understand words.
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