Aesopian [ee-soh-pee-uh n, ee-sop-ee-]
1. of, relating to, or characteristic of Aesop or his fables: a story that points an Aesopian moral.
2. conveying meaning by hint, euphemism, innuendo, or the like: In the candidate's Aesopian language, “soft on Communism” was to be interpreted as “Communist sympathizer.”.
Also, Aesopic [ee-sop-ik]
Origin: 1870-75; < Late Latin Aesōpi(us) + -an
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