epexegetically love


from The Century Dictionary.

  • In or as an explanatory addition; for the purpose of additional explanation: as, a clause introduced epexegetically; the infinitive may be used epexegetically.


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  • Sam is an instance of asyndeton (for "and put") used epexegetically:

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • That is what the orator calls a _knock-down_ argument; and when he wishes to be particularly convincing and eloquent, he throws at you such brick-bats and bars of iron as incomprehensibility -- epexegetically -- anthropopathically -- so fast that you have scarcely a chance to dodge one before another comes whizzing along.

    Wreaths of Friendship A Gift for the Young


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