A style of language characterized by the use of abstract nouns, jargon, and euphemism considered typical of bureaucrats.
Indirect, jargon-laden language of a kind typically found in directives, memos, etc. issued by bureaucrats.
Any language containing many non-essential words intended to imply more importance or intelligence than is actually present.
The company president's annual statement was complete bureaucratese: it was completely content-free.
Origin of bureaucratese
- bureaucrat + -ese