Bdelygmia

Bdelygmia, deriving from a Greek word meaning `filth` or `nastiness`, is a technique used in rhetoric to express hatred of a person, word or action through a series of criticisms. == Bdelygmia in classical rhetoric == Bdelygmia is consistent with an appeal to pathos. If an individual is trying to move their audience emotionally, he or she must...
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Bdelygmia

Expression of hatred or contempt.
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