from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In rhetoric, a figure which consists in the use of an exclamation, question, or other form of words used interjectionally to express some sudden emotion, such as joy, sorrow, fear, wonder, indignation, anger, or impatience. Also called
- noun In the Gr. Ch., one of those parts of the service which are said by the priest or officiant in an audible or elevated voice.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Rhet.) An animated or passionate exclamation.
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- noun rhetoric
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- noun an exclamatory rhetorical device
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From Ancient Greek ἐκφώνησις (ekphonesis, "pronunciation, exclamation")
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