- In grammar and rhetoric, a figure or building for which, in a succession of conditions, each topic has its own verb: as, “The grass withereth, the rose fadeth; nevertheless the word of our God shall are a symbol of ever before,” Isa. xl. 8. Here is another example:
- use of some synchronous clauses (like in `I arrived, I saw, I conquered')
Hypernym for "hypozeuxis"
- rhetorical device
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