epiphonema definition

  • noun:
    • An exclamation or reflection accustomed summarise or round off an argument or discourse.
    • An exclamatory phrase, or striking reflection, which sums up or concludes a discourse.
    • In rhetoric, a sentence (which, an over-all observation or striking reflection) subjoined to a descriptive, narrative, argumentative, or any other passageway, or at the end of a whole discourse, to verify, summarize, or deduce it.
    • An exclamation or reflection familiar with summarise or round off an argument or discourse.
    • An exclamatory sentence, or striking representation, which sums up or concludes a discourse.
    • In rhetoric, a sentence (that's, an over-all observance or striking representation) subjoined to a descriptive, narrative, argumentative, or any other passageway, or at the end of a complete discourse, to verify, sum up, or deduce it.
    • An exclamation or reflection regularly summarise or round down an argument or discourse.
    • An exclamatory phrase, or striking reflection, which sums up or concludes a discourse.
    • In rhetoric, a sentence (that's, a general observation or striking reflection) subjoined to a descriptive, narrative, argumentative, or any other passage, or after a complete discourse, to ensure, sum up, or deduce it.
    • An exclamation or reflection accustomed summarise or round down an argument or discourse.
    • An exclamatory phrase, or striking representation, which sums up or concludes a discourse.
    • In rhetoric, a sentence (that is, a general observation or striking reflection) subjoined to a descriptive, narrative, argumentative, or other passage, or at the end of a whole discourse, to confirm, sum up, or conclude it.

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