Diaskeue (di-as-keu’-ee): Graphic peristasis (description of circumstances) intended to arouse the emotions.
He had his dirty hand outstretched: filthy fingernails pointed directly at me. His eyes were glassy and bloodshot and there was a fleck of spit hanging from his chapped lower lip. His beard was out of control, like some kind of genetically modified weed patch. He smelled like urine and his clothes were ready to disintegrate. He wore no shoes.
“What are you looking for? Chevy? Ford? Mazda? VW? We have a really good selection of preowned cars.”
My God! He was a used car salesman! I turned and ran.
He called after me: “Jeep? Chrysler? Volvo?”
I kept running and didn’t look back.
Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)