And so, though we cannot say that euphuism is verse, we can say that it partakes of the nature of verse.
It was a euphuism to speak of a fling at you: it was a kick.
There is more than a touch of euphuism in Stevenson; he was never insincere, but he was consciously fine.
Equally unsatisfactory is the theory that euphuism was of purely Spanish origin.
euphuism, as the jargon is called, has been described many times; it was the first effort in English towards ornament in speech.
With euphuism, antithesis and the use of balanced sentences came to stay.
Assamese follows Bengali in its accentuation, but the language has never been the toy of euphuism.
The cry of art for art's sake is raised, and the result is extravagance, euphuism.
In the first place it appears that the part played by Berners in the history of euphuism has been considerably under-estimated.
Child, pp. 6–20, for an account of chief writers who have dealt with euphuism.