dilogy definition

  • noun:
    • uncertain or equivocal message or discourse.
    • Repetition of a word or term.
    • some two related works
    • An ambiguous address; a figure by which a word is used an equivocal feeling.
    • In rhetoric: The use of a word or terms two times in identical context; repetition, specifically for the sake of focus. Unneeded or ill-judged dilogy results in tautology (which see).
    • Intentional using an ambiguous expression; the word or appearance very much accustomed. Ambiguity in a wider sense is called amphiboly or amphibology.
    • Ambiguous or equivocal message or discourse.
    • Repetition of a word or term.
    • a few two relevant works
    • An ambiguous message; a figure by which a word can be used an equivocal feeling.
    • In rhetoric: the application of a word or words twice in identical framework; repetition, specifically for the benefit of emphasis. Unnecessary or ill-judged dilogy results in tautology (which see).
    • Intentional using an ambiguous expression; the word or appearance so used. Ambiguity in a wider good sense is known as amphiboly or amphibology.

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