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erotesis definition

  • noun:
    • A figure of address whereby a concern is expected in confident expectation of an adverse solution.
    • A figure of speech wherein a strong affirmation associated with contrary, is implied under the type of an earnest interrogation, such as here lines;
    • In rhetoric, a figure of message consisting into the utilization of a question or questions for oratorical reasons, because, for example, to imply a bad, as in the next quote. Also referred to as eperotesis and epitrochasmus. See question.
    • A figure of address wherein a concern is expected in confident expectation of a negative answer.
    • A figure of speech wherein a powerful affirmation regarding the contrary, is implied in form of an earnest interrogation, as with the following lines;
    • In rhetoric, a figure of message consisting into the usage of a question or questions for oratorical purposes, since, by way of example, to imply a bad, as with listed here quotation. Also called eperotesis and epitrochasmus. See question.
    • A figure of address whereby a question is asked in confident hope of a bad solution.
    • A figure of address through which a good affirmation of this contrary, is implied under the form of an earnest interrogation, as with listed here lines;
    • In rhetoric, a figure of address consisting in the utilization of a question or questions for oratorical reasons, because, including, to suggest a negative, as with here quotation. Also known as eperotesis and epitrochasmus. See concern.
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