# epithesis definition

• noun:
• The inclusion of a letter or noise at the conclusion of a word, without changing its definition, such as "numb" for "num" or "whilst" for "whiles".
• The inclusion of a letter at the conclusion of a word, without changing its good sense.
• In grammar, just like paragoge.
• The rectification of crooked limbs through tools.
• The inclusion of a letter or sound at the end of a word, without changing its definition, like in "numb" for "num" or "whilst" for "whiles".
• The addition of a letter at the conclusion of a word, without changing its sense.
• In grammar, just like paragoge.
• The rectification of crooked limbs by way of devices.
• The addition of a letter or sound at the end of a word, without changing its definition, as in "numb" for "num" or "whilst" for "whiles".
• The addition of a letter after a word, without altering its sense.
• In sentence structure, same as paragoge.
• The rectification of crooked limbs by way of devices.
• The inclusion of a letter or sound at the conclusion of a word, without switching its definition, as in "numb" for "num" or "whilst" for "whiles".
• The inclusion of a letter at the conclusion of a word, without switching its feeling.
• In grammar, same as paragoge.
• The rectification of crooked limbs in the shape of instruments.

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