Conduplicatio (con-du-pli-ca’-ti-o): The repetition of a word or words. A general term for repetition sometimes carrying the more specific meaning of repetition of words in adjacent phrases or clauses. Sometimes used to name either ploce or epizeuxis.
Sometimes it’s worth it to take a risk. Often a risk is not worth taking. Do you really want to take this risk?
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)