Syntheton (sin’-the-ton): When by convention two words are joined by a conjunction for emphasis.
Eggs and bacon
United on a plate.
White and yellow embryos and strips of pinkish flesh.
Break the yolk and bathe the pork in what could have been a bird.
“Isn’t breakfast lovely?”
“Isn’t this weather is absurd?”
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).