Scesis Onomaton (ske’-sis o-no’-ma-ton): 1. A sentence constructed only of nouns and adjectives (typically in a regular pattern). 2. A series of successive, synonymous expressions.
1. Wild nights, bleary mornings, sunburned days. Spring break !
2. I have your best interests close to my heart. There is nothing I wouldn’t do for you. The sky’s the limit. Just ask.
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).