anthimeria

anthimeria 1. Using a word as a noncustomary part of speech; therefore, altering its meaning.. 2. The use of a word of one grammatical class as if it were a member of another class, usually the use of a noun as a verb; also known as (and for example) 'verbing a noun'. As the English language has continued to evolve, once-denounced terms and usage...
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Anthimeria

In rhetoric, anthimeria, traditionally and more properly called antimeria (from the ἀντί, antí, `against, opposite` and μέρος, méros, `part`), is any novel change in a word`s use, most commonly the use of a noun as if it were a verb. ==Modern Examples== There are a number of examples throughout the English language that demonstrat...
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Anthimeria

Artfully using a different part of speech to act as another in violation of the normal rules of gram
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