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Hendiadis

Vest-Pocket Vocabulary Hendi’adis, n. a using of two nouns in place of an adjective and a noun. Word in the Wild: Ludwig’s assertion that Laila never used hendiadis in her speeches was a presumption and an embarrassment. Okay, so that … Continue reading

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