anacoluthic

anacoluthia

[an-uh-kuh-loo-thee-uh]
noun Rhetoric.
lack of grammatical sequence or coherence, especially in a sentence.

Origin:
1855–60; < Latin < Greek anakolouthía. See anacoluthon, -ia

anacoluthic, adjective
anacoluthically, adverb
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anacoluthia (ˌænəkəˈluːθɪə)
 
n
rhetoric lack of grammatical sequence, esp within a single sentence
 
anaco'luthic
 
adj

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