[Correction - "Share with me, please!"]
A classic example is 'collateral damage' - the death of innocent bystanders in warfare or any violent exchange.
'The dearly departed' - a dead person
'At eternal rest', 'has met his/her maker' - dead
'A confirmed bachelor' (British), 'a follower of Dorothy' (American) - a homosexual
[Note 'follower of Dorothy' refers to Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz", played by Judy Garland. Many (but not all) homosexual men in the U.S. liked Judy Garland]
'Generously proportioned' - fat (To a lesser extent - 'full-figured')
'Lady of the night' - prostitute
'Answer the call of nature', 'powder my nose' - go to the bathroom
A 'negative patient care outcome' - the death of a patient.
'Retrograde maneuver ' - a retreat.
My favorite - "manual graphite display generator" - a pencil.
One possibility for a book about euphemisms:
"Euphemania: Our Love Affair with Euphemisms" by Ralph Keyes
It is a Google ebook
Euphemism and Dysphemism: Language Used as a Shield and Weapon. Oxford Univ. Press, 1991
Keith Allen and Kate Burridge