SYNECDOCHE

By: Durga Singh

DEFINITION

A figure of speech in which a part of something is used to represent the whole thing.

CORRECT PRONUNCIATION

Synecdoche [SI-NEK-DUH-KEE] (Noun)

DERIVATIVES

Synecdochic [SIN-IK-DOK-IK] (Noun)


Synecdochical [SIN-IK-DOK-CAL] (Adjective)

SYNONYMS

-Adumbration

-Allegory

-Anaphora

MY EXAMPLES

1. I need to sell my wheels.

2. I need to get that paper to pay rent.

THE END

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