Adynaton

Adynaton (plural adynata) is a figure of speech in the form of hyperbole taken to such extreme lengths insinuating a complete impossibility: The word derives from the Greek ἀδύνατον (adunaton), neuter of ἀδύνατος (adunatos), `unable, impossible` (a-, `without` + dynasthai, `to be powerful`). ==Classical and Medieval usage =...
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adynaton

a kind of hyperbole in which the exaggeration is so great that it refers to an impossibility, as in the following lines from Andrew Marvell`s `To His ...
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adynaton

rhetorical use of a nearly impossible situation for emphasis
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