Author: R. W. Holder
How Not To Say What You Mean: A Dictionary of Euphemisms (Oxford Paperback Reference)
We often use euphemisms when dealing with taboo or sensitive subjects. Download How Not To Say What You Mean: A Dictionary of Euphemisms (Oxford Paperback Reference) from rapidshare, mediafire, 4shared. We speak of "full-figured" women. We "fudge" on our income tax. We get "cold feet" before our wedding. In How Not to Say What You Mean, R.W. Holder offers an engaging volume that celebrates this human tendency to use mild, vague, or roundabout expressions rather than those which are blunt, precise, and true.
Arranged in alphabetical order, this dictionary contains thousands of entertaining and informative entries ranging from such circumlocutions as a "fruit salad" (mixture of illegal narcotics), "arm candy" (a good-looking female companion), a "barrel-house" (a brothel), "birthday suit" (nakedness), and a "blue hair" (an old women). Completely updated, the dictionary Search and find a lot of education books in many category availabe for free download.
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