noun, plural an·a·co·lu·tha [an-uh-kuh-loo-thuh] /ˌæn ə kəˈlu θə/. Rhetoric.
Origin of anacoluthon
Examples from the Web for anacoluthon
Historical Examples of anacoluthon
The anacoluthon in Mk iv, 31, is avoided by Matthew and Luke.Sources of the Synoptic Gospels
Carl S. Patton
Anacoluthon, a want of grammatical and logical sequence in the structure of a sentence.
A breakdown like this—an anacoluthon, as the grammarians call it—is nothing strange in Paul's style.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Galatians
G. G. Findlay