Dovish

Dov'ish adjective Like a dove; harmless; innocent. 'Joined with dovish simplicity.' Latimer.
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Dovish

Refers to the tone of language used to describe a situation and the associated implications for actions. For example, if the Federal Reserve bank refers to inflation in a dovish tone, it is unlikely that they would take agressive actions. Similarly, a CEO might use dovish language to describe an important event facing the firm. This indicates that
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Dovish

• (a.) Like a dove; harmless; innocent.
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