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epanaphora

[ep-uh-naf-er-uh] /ˌɛp əˈnæf ər ə/
noun, Rhetoric.
1.
anaphora (def 1).
Origin of epanaphora
1670-1680
First recorded in 1670-80, epanaphora is from the Greek word epanaphorá referring, reference. See ep-, anaphora
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British Dictionary definitions for epanaphora

epanaphora

/ˌɛpəˈnæfərə/
noun
1.
(rhetoric) another word for anaphora
Derived Forms
epanaphoral, adjective
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