Epizeuxis

In rhetoric, an epizeuxis is the repetition of a word or phrase in immediate succession, for vehemence or emphasis. ==Examples== ...
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Epizeuxis

(also called diacope) Uninterrupted repetition, or repetition with only one or two words between eac
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Epizeuxis

[moth] Epizeuxis is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family, it is considered to be a synonym of Idia by many authors, but some retain it as a valid genus. If treated as valid, it contains at least the type species Epizeuxis calvaria Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775. ...
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Epizeuxis

Ep`i·zeux'is noun [ Latin , from Greek ... a fastening together, repetition, from ... to fasten to or upon; 'epi` upon + ... to join, yoke.] (Rhet.) A figure by which a word is repeated with vehemence or emphasis, as in the following lines: - « Alone , alone
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Epizeuxis

Emphasizing an idea using one word repetition.
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epizeuxis

immediate repetition of a word for emphasis
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