epanadiplosis definition

  • noun:
    • A figure of message in which similar word is used both in the beginning at the end of a sentence, as with: "celebrate into the Lord always: and once again we state, Rejoice."
    • A figure where the exact same term can be used both at the start as well as the termination of a sentence.”
    • In rhetoric, a figure through which a sentence begins and ends with the same term: as, “Rejoice into the Lord alway: and once more we say, Rejoice,”
    • A figure of message through which similar word is employed both at the start and also at the end of a sentence, as with: "celebrate in Lord constantly: and once again I say, Rejoice."
    • A figure in which the exact same term is used both in the beginning and at the end of a sentence.”
    • In rhetoric, a figure where a sentence begins and finishes with the exact same word: as, “Rejoice in Lord alway: and again we state, Rejoice,”
    • A figure of message in which the same term can be used both at the beginning and also at the end of a sentence, like in: "celebrate into the Lord always: and once again we say, Rejoice."
    • A figure in which similar term can be used both in the beginning and at the termination of a sentence.”
    • In rhetoric, a figure by which a sentence begins and ends with the same term: as, “Rejoice in the Lord alway: and once again I state, Rejoice,”
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