Etymology
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doublespeak (n.)

1957, from double (adj.) + speak, coined on model of doublethink in Orwell's "Nineteen Eighty-Four" (the language in that book was Newspeak).

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Definitions of doublespeak

doublespeak (n.)
any language that pretends to communicate but actually does not;
From wordnet.princeton.edu