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epanaphora

[ ep-uh-naf-er-uh ]
/ ˌɛp əˈnæf ər ə /
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noun Rhetoric.

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Origin of epanaphora

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

rhetoric another word for anaphora

Derived forms of epanaphora

epanaphoral, adjective
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