Homoioteleuton (ho-mee-o-te-loot’-on): Similarity of endings of adjacent or parallel words.
Your policies are criticized because they’re considered by experts to be ill-conceived. Your proposals are not oriented toward the interests of the people you serve, and consequently, they too are poorly received. In fact, almost nothing of importance that you’ve said in the past six months has been generally believed. In sum, your administration’s motto, most aptly put, should be: “Nothing Achieved!”
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)