metaleptically love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a metaleptical manner; by transposition.


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  • This richness, and more besides, is in the song, metaleptically.

    Ancient Hebrew Poetry

  • And it is a confidence swelling above all bounds of modesty, to suppose that because one or other of these things is or may be metaphorically or metaleptically ascribed unto this or that thing which are not persons, when the figurativeness of such an ascription is plain and open, that therefore they are all of them in like manner so ascribed unto the Holy Ghost in that discourse of our Saviour unto his disciples, wherein he designed the instruction of them, as above declared.



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