noun. The recipient of non-fighting words, such as an informal settler subjected to physical and psychological pressure—or, if you’re gross, a tortured squatter.
Real citation: “Laying it on you easy with a euphemism contradictorily shows you are masking a deeper issue, which is harder on the euphem-ee.”
(June 16, 2008, ComplexMe, http://www.complexme.com/life/euphemism-grown-out-of-love/)
Made-up citation: “I would never hire an exorcist. It is to laugh! But I would hire a Vice-president of Logistical Demon Extraction Affairs Management, my sweet euphem-ee.”