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fuzzword

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  • fuzzword — n. A word or phrase that is deliberately confusing or euphemistic. Also: fuzz word, fuzz word. Example Citation: These days, the buzzword actually it s more like a fuzzword in urban policy is empowerment, a concept endorsed by both President Bill …   New words

  • fuzzword —  Business jargon.  ► “In effect, a fuzzword carries with it an aura of a new, more exciting reality, but one that has no basis in the real world.” (Marketing News, May 10, 1993, p. 4) …   American business jargon

  • fuzzword — n. term intentionally confusing or inaccurate …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fuzzword — Gen Mgt a piece of jargon that is obscure or difficult to understand (slang) …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • fuzzword — n. a confusing term usually meant to obscure meaning. (See also buzzword.) □ The current crop of fuzz words contains a few that have come back from the twenties. □ Don’t sling those fuzzwords at me! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • fuzzword — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Euphemisms — career change opportunity fuzzword opposition research regime change social expression product to meet Marx uninstalled …   New words

  • Language (General) — Language General amphibological antigram antilanguage aptagram autological beforemath Bubbonics camouflanguage …   New words

  • buzzword-compliant — adj. Describes a piece of writing that is littered with jargon and buzzwords. Example Citation: Your average resume is as useful as, say, your average Time/CNN report on American soldiers gassing their own: the most enlightening revelation is not …   New words

  • collateral mail — n. Mail that contains or has been tainted by a noxious substance, especially the anthrax virus. Example Citation: Waxman and the committee s chairman, Rep. Dan Burton (R Ind.) sent an unusual bipartisan letter late Tuesday to FBI Director Robert… …   New words

  • jargon dyslexia — n. The inability to understand another person s jargon riddled writing or speech. Example Citation: Formed through a management buyout in 1996, Astron squeezed three old tech printing businesses together and wrought a dynamic new e business in… …   New words

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