- A syntactic construction which a component is accompanied by another that does not agree correctly
- an abrupt modification within a sentence from 1 syntactic structure to another.
- A syntactic building for which an element is followed closely by another that does not concur precisely
- need of grammatical series or coherence; the moving from 1 building to some other in identical phrase. For instances, see anacoluthon. Also spelled anakoluthia and anakolouthia.
- an abrupt modification within a sentence in one syntactic framework to some other.
- an abrupt change within a sentence from a single syntactic structure to a different
- Want of grammatical sequence or coherence; the passing from one building to another in the same sentence. For examples, see anacoluthon. In addition spelled anakoluthia and anakolouthia.
- an abrupt modification within a sentence from a single syntactic construction to another
Sentence for "anacoluthia"
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Synonym for "anacoluthia"
Hypernym for "anacoluthia"