Aposiopesis | Aposiopesis Meaning, Definition, Examples

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Aposiopesis | Aposiopesis Meaning, Definition, Examples

Aposiopesis Meaning

Aposiopesis | Aposiopesis Meaning, Definition, Examples

Aposiopesis | Aposiopesis Meaning, Definition, Examples

Aposiopesis is a figure of speech in which a writer or speaker suddenly breaks off from what he is going to say and leaves the sentence incomplete or unwilling to continue. Examples:

  1. Oh thou–by what name shall I call thee?
  2. I will do such thing-

What they would be, I know not

But they shall be the terror of the earth!

  1. If meet him once I shall do-

The world would gaze at me and say-how this man could do such a thing. 0 0 0.

 

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N. B. The article ‘Aposiopesis | Aposiopesis Meaning, Definition, Examples originally belongs to the book ‘The Rhetoricby Menonim Menonimus.

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