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Example of Figure of Speech for Euphemism?

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A Euphemism is used to express a mild, indirect, or vague term such as 'passed away', to substitute for a harsh, blunt, or offensive term, such as 'died'. This figure of speech can be best defined as coded words or phrases, which we use to express ourselves when caught in an awkward situation, without sounding uncivil or being downright vague. Examples of euphemisms include; Arguments - have words with someone - Lying - economical with the truth.
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