Officialese

Officialese or bureaucratese is a derogatory term for language that sounds official. It is the `language of officialdom`. Officialese is characterized by a preference for wordy, long sentences; a preference for complex words, code words or buzzwords over simple, traditional ones; a preference for vagueness over directness and a preference for pa.....
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officialese

noun the style of writing characteristic of some government officials: formal and obscure
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officialese

officialese 1. An in-grown compulsion to be impressively ornate rather than simply being direct. 2. A style of language used in some official statements, often criticized for its use of polysyllabic jargon and obscure, pretentiously wordy phrasing. 3. Language characteristic of official documents or statements, especially when obscure, pretentiou...
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officialese

[n] - the style of writing characteristic of some government officials: formal and obscure
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