Epergesis (e-per-gee’-sis): Interposing an apposition, often in order to clarify what has just been stated.
My dog, canis lupus familiaris poop & run, had done it again. He dropped a clandestine crap bomb on my neighbor’s front lawn. My neighbor found it with his shoe. My neighbor is dancing on one foot and yelling obscenities.
Should I venture over there with a baggie and some paper towels? I can feign righteous indignation at ‘whatever dog’ did it and hopefully protect my dog from my neighbor’s wrath.
Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).