The euthanasia movement has always tried to change the meanings and definitions of descriptive words and phrases as the honey that helps the hemlock go down. That is why assisted suicide–again accurate and descriptive–is called by movement propagandists ”death with dignity” or “aid in dying.”
We live in a time of feeling over thinking, and so such blatant word engineering tactics have an impact. The recent Gallup Poll shows a 20% increase in support for assisted suicide if it is described euphemistically as opposed to accurately described.
This is why the George Soros-funded Compassion and Choices pushes “aid in dying” so hard. It’s a game of hide the ball.