a construction involving a break in grammatical sequence, as It makes me so—I just get angry.
an instance of anacoluthia.
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How to use anacoluthon in 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
It contains another anacoluthon (or incoherence of language), due to the surge of feeling remarked in ver.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Galatians | G. G. Findlay
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.
British Dictionary definitions for anacoluthon
rhetoric a construction that involves the change from one grammatical sequence to another within a single sentence; an example of anacoluthia
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