anadiplosis definition

  • noun:
    • Rhetorical repetition at the beginning of a phrase regarding the word or words with which the past expression ended; like, He is a person of loyalty—loyalty always company.
    • A rhetorical product for which a word or expression used at the end of a sentence or clause is duplicated nearby the beginning of the after that sentence or term.
    • A repetition for the last term or any prominent term in a sentence or term, at the start of the next, with an adjunct idea.”
    • A figure in rhetoric and poetry, consisting in repetition at the start of a line or term of the final word or terms preceding, such as the next instances:
    • repetition regarding the last words of a sentence or range at the start of next
    • Rhetorical repetition at the start of a phrase associated with the word or words with which the past term finished; as an example, he could be a guy of loyalty—loyalty always company.
    • A rhetorical unit by which a word or expression used at the end of a sentence or clause is duplicated near the start of after that sentence or term.
    • A repetition of this last term or any prominent term in a sentence or clause, at the beginning of the second, with an adjunct concept.”
    • A figure in rhetoric and poetry, consisting in the repetition at the start of a line or clause associated with last term or terms preceding, as with here examples:
    • repetition for the final terms of a sentence or range at the beginning of next

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