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Syn’-cho-re’-sis; or, Fiures Habakkuk 1: Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Where words are clearly false as well as hypocritical Genesis 3: Meso-zeugma, or, Middle yoke Luke 1: Ep-i-stro-phe ; or, Like Sentence-Endings Gen.
The repetition of different words in successive sentences in the same order and the same sense. The cutting off of a letter or syllable from the beginning of a word.
Figures of Speech Used In The Bible. E. W. Bullinger. Scripture. Figure of Speech
Ac-cis’-mus ; or, Apparent Refusal Matthew A denial of that which has not been affirmed. Pro-lep’s-isOccupatio ; or, Anticipation.
Compare to ” Correspondence “. Helps to understand the word.
A sentence added at the end by way of justification. Idiomatic degrees of comparison Luke Affecting the application of words, as to: Pseech few people recognise the figures in their language, such as alliteration and metaphors, they are heavily affected by them.
Ep’i-tre-chon; or, Running Along Genesis Syl-leps’-is 1 ; or, Combination 2Chronicles Certain connected words in the same member of a passage Genesis Hen-di’-a-dys ; or, Two for One Gen.
An expression of feeling by way of doubt. A short sentence added at the end by way of an additional conclusion. Hen-di’-a-dys; or, Two for One Genesis 2: When figgures subject is put for something pertaining to it Gen.
Syn’-cri-sis; or, Repeated Simile Isaiah Figures of Speech used in the Bible names each of the figures of speech in the Table of Contents and shows how they are classified.
A-syn’-de-ton ; or, No-Ands Mark 7: Nouns and pronouns Genesis 9: When something pertaining to the subject is put for the subject itself Genesis Par-eg’-men-on ; or, Derivation Matt. Teaching a truth about one thing by substituting another for it which is unlike it.
Figures of Speech by E.W. Bullinger
Rendering a reason for what is said or done. He compared the train to how Fig.
Where the eww word is to be supplied from a cognate word in the context Ps. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
Figures of Speech Used in the Bible: Explained and Illustrated
Great insight but tough read because of the use of Roman numerals, older fonts, and layout of the points and sub-points are quite difficult to decipher bullingdr times. Bob rated it really liked it Jan 29, Idiomatic forms of question Luke Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Making a concession of one point in order to gain another. The asking of questions, not for information, or for an answer.
Figures of Speech Used in the Bible by E. W. Bullinger
A belittleing of one thing to magnify another. Met-a-sta-sis; or, Counter-Blame zpeech Ep-i’-the-ton seech or, Epithet Gen. A parenthesis which consists of a short wish or prayer. Repetition in order to dwell upon, for the sake of impressing. This is to emphasize the fact that our conflict is spiritualand that Satans sphere of operations is not immorality or crime, but religion. Such questions may be asked 1 in positive affirmation, 2 in negative affirmation, 3 in afffirmative buplinger, 4 in demonstration, 5 in wonder and admiration, 6 in rapture, 7 in wishes, 8 in refusals and denials, 9 in doubts, 10 in admonition, 11in expostulation, 12 in prohibition or dissuasion, 13 in pity and commiseration, 14 in disparagement, 15 in reproaches, 16 in lamentation, 17 in indignation, 18 in absurdities and impossibilities, 19 double questions.
Met-a-sta-sis ; or, Counter-Blame 1Kings