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anadiplosis


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[an‐ă‐di‐ploh‐sis](plural‐oses)

A rhetorical figure of repetition in which a word or phrase appears both at the end of one clause, sentence, or stanza, and at the beginning of the next, thus linking the two units, as in the final line of Shakespeare's 36th sonnet:As thou being mine, mine is thy good report.See also climax.

Subjects: Literature.


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