symploce

symploce

[sim-ploh-see]
noun Rhetoric.
the simultaneous use of anaphora and epistrophe.

Origin:
1570–80; < Neo-Latin symplocē < Greek symplokḗ intertwining, combination, equivalent to sym- sym- + plokḗ, noun derivative of plékein to plait, twine; akin to Latin plectere (see -plex)

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symploce

noun
repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning and another at the end of successive clauses, i.e., simultaneous use of anaphora and epistrophe 
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