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epanaphora definition

  • noun:
    • anaphora
    • anaphora
    • just like anaphora.
    • In rhetoric, a figure in which similar term or selection of words is duplicated at the beginning of two or more conditions, phrases, or verses in immediate succession or perhaps in exactly the same passage.
    • repetition of a word or term at the start of successive clauses
    • just like anaphora.
    • anaphora
    • Same as anaphora.
    • In rhetoric, a figure in which the same term or number of terms is repeated at the start of several clauses, phrases, or verses in instant succession or in the exact same passageway.
    • repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of consecutive clauses
    • In rhetoric, a figure wherein similar word or number of words is duplicated at the beginning of a couple of conditions, sentences, or passages in instant succession or in similar passage.
    • repetition of a word or expression at the beginning of successive clauses
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