Synathroesmus (sin-ath-res’-mus): 1. The conglomeration of many words and expressions either with similar meaning (= synonymia) or not (= congeries). 2. A gathering together of things scattered throughout a speech (= accumulatio [:Bringing together various points made throughout a speech and presenting them again in a forceful, climactic way. A blend of summary and climax.])
Where is my health, my heart, my winsome smile? I do not know. I do not see. I do not agree. As you can see, I am not easy to get along with, just like my health and my heart don’t get along with me. My winsome smile is a thing of the past. It’s over. It’s no more. It’s gone.
Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)
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