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double-talk

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdouble-talkˈdouble-talk noun [uncountable]  SERIOUS/NOT JOKINGspeech that is complicated and can have more than one meaning, sometimes used deliberately to deceive or confuse people syn double-speak British English legal double-talk
Examples from the Corpus
double-talkIf she had a gift, he thought, it was for parable and double-talk.The statement, in the best Pentagonian double-talk, was designed to deceive.
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