Definition for ANT-AN-A-GO'GE

ANT-AN-A-GO'GE, n. [antanago'gy; Gr. αντι, against, and αναγωγη, a taking up.]

In rhetoric, a figure which consists in replying to an adversary, by way of recrimination; as, when the accusation of one party is unanswerable, the accused person charges him with the same or other crime. – Bailey.

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