Acoloutha: The substitution of reciprocal words; that is, replacing one word with another whose meaning is close enough to the former that the former could, in its turn, be a substitute for the latter. This term is best understood in relationship to its opposite, anacoloutha.
I am here in Texas to meet you–to stand face-to-face so that we may see the common ground between us. Yes my friends, I have come to the Lone Star State to join together on the common ground between us.
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).