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Definition of Synecdochical
Synecdochical Syn`ec*doch"ic*al, a.
Expressed by synecdoche; implying a synecdoche.
Isis is used for Themesis by a synecdochical kind of
speech, or by a poetical liberty, in using one for
Meaning of Synecdochical from wikipedia
- A synecdoche
(/sɪˈnɛkdəki/ sin-NEK-tə-kee, from Gr**** συνεκδοχή, synekdochē, 'simultaneous understanding') is a figure
a term for a...
is a road in the City of Westminster, London
to the entire
service, as many government departments
- from the characters
to the setting
and time. He is fond of synecdochic
details. In the scene
of Anna Karenina's suicide
- (awarded in 1748) Bab (disambiguation) The Court
of St James's, another synecdochic
term, for the United Kingdom
in diplomatic relations
Raid on the Sublime...
- or other
grounds. In American
English, the term "cleats" is used synecdochically
to shoes featuring
such protrusions. In British
as the Pale, deriving
from the Latin
word palus, a stake, or, synecdochically
, a fence. Parts
be seen west of Clane
on the grounds
- 19th century. In British
English, the dress
code is often referred
by its prin****l element
for men, the dinner
suit or dinner
- (slang) container
(the bottle) alcohol, heavy drinking
slang) box a gift in a box, hence Boxing
Day genital protector
- and the minbar
mosques. From the pulpit
for something which
is said with official church
authority. In many...
- fit in some smaller American
is also used synecdochically
to an individual's overall personal
budget. One of the definitions...
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