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repetition of initial consonant sound with several words
similarity of structure in a pair or series of related words, phrases, or clauses
using a single feature to represent a whole
art of persuasion in writing, speaking, and other media
opposition or contrast of ideas or words in a balanced or parallel structure
Figure of speech that says one thing is another in order to explain by comparison
paradoxical juxtaposition of words that seem to contradict one another
brief reference to a person, event, or place, real or fictitious, or to a work of art
placement of two things closely together to emphasize comparisons or contrasts
sentence whose main clause is withheld until the end
a change in normal word order, such as the placement of the verb before the subject
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive phrases, clauses, or lines
appeal to emotion
sentence that exhorts, advises, calls to action
arrangement of words
omission of conjunctions between coordinate phrases, clauses, or words
attribution of a lifelike quality to an inanimate object or idea
Any literary or rhetorical device, as metaphor, metonymy, synecdoche, and irony, that consist in the use of words in other than their literal sense; artful diction
repetition of words in reverse order
Sentence that completes the main idea at the beginning of the sentence and then builds and adds on
appealing to credibility, character, and trustworthiness
This term includes such devices as alliteration and assonance (that purposefully arrange sounds) and antithesis, asyndeton, and anaphora etc. (that arrange words for effect) creating artful syntax.
appeal to reason using details, examples, facts, statistical data, or expert testimony as support
sentence used to command, enjoin, implore, or entreat
a construction in which one word (usually a verb) modifies or governs– often in different, sometimes incongruent ways– two or more words in a sentence
old-fashioned or outdated choice of words
art of persuasion in writing, speaking, and other words
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