enantiosis definition

  • noun:
    • A figure of speech wherein what exactly is to be comprehended affirmatively is reported adversely, and the other way around; affirmation by contraries.
    • A figure of address by which what's to be recognized affirmatively is claimed negatively, therefore the contrary; affirmation by contraries.
    • In rhetoric, a figure of address consisting in appearance of a notion by negation of its contrary, or by using a word of opposing meaning.
    • A figure of message by which what's become recognized affirmatively is claimed negatively, and the other way around; affirmation by contraries.
    • A figure of address where understanding becoming comprehended affirmatively is reported adversely, while the contrary; affirmation by contraries.
    • In rhetoric, a figure of speech consisting in appearance of a concept by negation of their contrary, or by utilization of a word of contrary meaning.
    • A figure of address by which what exactly is become comprehended affirmatively is claimed adversely, and vice versa; affirmation by contraries.
    • A figure of message where something to be comprehended affirmatively is reported adversely, while the contrary; affirmation by contraries.
    • In rhetoric, a figure of address consisting in phrase of an idea by negation of their contrary, or by using a word of reverse definition.
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