How to Pronounce weaseled?

Correct pronunciation for the word "weaseled" is [wˈiːzə͡ld], [wˈiːzə‍ld], [w_ˈiː_z_əl_d].

"Weaseled" in context

Weasel words are expressions that are designed to obscure, evade or give a false impression, often used in persuasive speech. They are typically used to persuade an audience, obfuscate unpleasant truths, or promote a false agenda. Weasel words often walk a fine line between honesty and deceit, making it difficult for the audience to determine the speaker's true intent. Common examples of weasel words include "it could be argued," "indirectly," "allegedly," and "it is often suggested."

Weasel words can be used in a range of contexts, from political dealings to personal conversations.

Usage over time for weaseled:

This graph shows how "weaseled" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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