D-Speak or Not?
Examples of Euphemisms
Examples of Jargon
Example of GobbledygookHere's a classic piece of gobbledygook from Alan Greenspan. (It's OK to laugh when you read this. As Lutz mentions, if we all laughed at statements such as these, perhaps the people making the statements would be forced to quit.)
It is a tricky problem to find the particular calibration in timing that would be appropriate to stem the acceleration in risk premiums created by falling incomes without prematurely aborting the decline in the inflation-generated risk premiums.
Examples of Inflated Language
Example of Mixed Doublespeak
Sometimes the line between euphemism, jargon, and inflated language becomes blurred, as the following paragraph taken from Lutz's Doublespeak shows:
Did you know that jargon and euphemism do not always fall under the category of doublespeak? Jump to Doublespeak or Not? for more information.