1. The vocabulary of someone who works in broad strokes, usually to hide the fact that they don’t read the fine print.
2. A vernacular reserved for educated-yet-confused people, typically in politics or business, to fill the air with expensive, polysyllabic words to intellectually filibuster when a clear answer is not apparent to said (over)speaker.
1. He spends enough time in the strategysphere to prove he didn't read the contract.
2. When Bob asked Maribeth to answer for her project's failure, she flew up to the strategysphere and never came back. By then, we were all asleep.