Synchysis

Synchysis is a rhetorical technique wherein words are intentionally scattered to create bewilderment. By disrupting the normal course of a sentence, it forces the audience to consider the meaning of the words and the relationship between them. == Examples == `Abraham George Lincoln Washington` `I run and shoot, fast and accurate.` `Matter too...
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Synchysis

• (n.) A derangement or confusion of any kind, as of words in a sentence, or of humors in the eye.
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synchysis

(sin´kĭ-sis) a softening or fluid condition of the vitreous body of the eye. synchysis scintillans floating cholesterol crystals in the vitreous, developing as a secondary degenerative change.
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Synchysis

Syn'chy·sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ..., from ... to confound; sy`n with + ... to pour.] A derangement or confusion of any kind, as of words in a sentence, or of humors in the eye. Sparkling synchysis (Medicine) , a condition in which the vitreous humor is sof...
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synchysis

confusion of meaning due to unusual arrangement
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Synchysis

interlocked word order.
*aurea purpuream subnectit fibula vestem Vergil, Aeneid 4.139
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synchysis

Type: Term Pronunciation: sin′kĭ-sis Definitions: 1. Collapse of the collagenous framework of the vitreous humor, with liquefaction of the vitreous body.
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Synchysis

Word order confusion within a sentence.
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