distinctive trait of language
An aphorism is a short, witty phrase that contains a wise idea.
A euphemism is a polite synonym or expression that people use when they want to avoid talking about—or indirectly replace—an unpleasant or embarrassing thing.
A neologism is a new word or expression in a language or an existing word used with a new meaning.
A malapropism is an unintentional and usually humorous mistake you make when you use a word that sounds similar to the word you actually intended to use but means something completely different.
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