Oratory and Rhetoric/Rhetorical Devices

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Rhetorical Devices[edit]

Alliteration[edit]

Allusion[edit]

Amplification[edit]

Anacoluthon[edit]

Anadiplosis[edit]

Analogy[edit]

Anaphora[edit]

Antanagoge[edit]

Antimetabole[edit]

Antiphrasis[edit]

Antithesis[edit]

Apophasis[edit]

Aporia[edit]

Aposiopesis[edit]

Apostrophe[edit]

Appositive[edit]

Assonance[edit]

Asyndeton[edit]

Catachresis[edit]

Chiasmus[edit]

Climax[edit]

Conduplicatio[edit]

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Diacope[edit]

Dirimens Copulatio[edit]

Distinctio[edit]

Enthymeme[edit]

Enumeratio[edit]

Epanalepsis[edit]

Epistrophe[edit]

Epithet[edit]

Epizeuxis[edit]

Eponym[edit]

Exemplum[edit]

Sentential Adverb[edit]

Hyperbaton[edit]

Hyperbole[edit]

Hypophora[edit]

Hypotaxis[edit]

Litotes[edit]

Metabasis[edit]

Metanoia[edit]

Metaphor[edit]

Metonymy[edit]

Onomatopoeia[edit]

Oxymoron[edit]

Parallelism[edit]

Parataxis[edit]

Parenthesis[edit]

Personification[edit]

Pleonasm[edit]

Polysyndeton[edit]

Procatalepsis[edit]

Rhetorical Question[edit]

Scesis Onomaton[edit]

Sententia[edit]

Simile[edit]

Symploce[edit]

Synecdoche[edit]

Understatement[edit]

Zeugma[edit]