Hypallage

• (n.) A figure consisting of a transference of attributes from their proper subjects to other. Thus Virgil says, `dare classibus austros,` to give the winds to the fleets, instead of dare classibus austris, to give the fleets to the winds.
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Hypallage

('exchanging') transferred epithet; grammatical agreement of a word with another word which it does not logically qualify. More common in poetry.
*Exegi monumentum aere perennius regalique situ pyramidum altius, Horace, Odes III.30
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hypallage

noun reversal of the syntactic relation of two words (as in `her beauty`s face`)
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Hypallage

Hy·pal'la·ge noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., prop., interchange, exchange, fr, ... to interchange; ... under + ... to change.] (Gram.) A figure consisting of a transference of attributes from their proper subjects to others. Thus Virgil says, ' dare classibus austros ,' to give the winds to ...
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Hypallage

Combining two examples of hyperbaton or anastrophe when the reversed elements are not grammatically
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hypallage

figure in which relations between words are changed
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hypallage

[n] - reversal of the syntactic relation of two words (as in `her beauty`s face`)
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