hypobole definition

  • noun:
    • A rhetorical figure for which unique tend to be mentioned that appear to make resistant to the debate, or in favour regarding the opposing side, after which these are generally refuted one after another.
    • A figure in which a number of things are pointed out that seem to make against the argument, or perhaps in favor regarding the other side, every one of them becoming refuted trying.
    • In rhetoric, a figure for which unique are discussed that apparently make resistant to the argument or in benefit for the opposing side, but every one of which is refuted in an effort.

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