After synecdoche, it will be impossible not to take notice of her talent.
They became a synecdoche for the woman herself: conservative, intimidating, feminine.
Sex appeal,” Levy writes, “has become a synecdoche of all appeal.
Reddit is a synecdoche for the Internet: a set of tools for sharing and organizing content.
Blind mouths: 'mouths' is used, by synecdoche, for gluttons, as the five preceding verses show.
Qm is one of the positions in a Namz and is here used by synecdoche for it.
And apparently various causes might produce this synecdoche.
Whether it be synecdoche, metaphor, or metonymy, there is still a figure.
Metalepsis carries us so far, but synecdoche must supplement it.
I did send for you to draw me a device, an Imprezza, by synecdoche a Mott.
late 14c., "part for whole or vice versa," from Medieval Latin synodoche, from Late Latin synecdoche, from Greek synekdokhe, literally "a receiving together or jointly," from synekdekhesthai "supply a thought or word, take with something else," from syn- "with" (see syn-) + ek "out" (see ex-) + dekhesthai "to receive," related to dokein "seem good" (see decent). Figure in which an attribute or adjunct is substituted for the thing meant ("head" for "cattle," etc.).