Definition for AN-TI-ME-TAB'O-LE

AN-TI-ME-TAB'O-LE, n. [antimetab'oly; Gr. αντι, against, and μεταβολη, mutation.]

In rhetoric, a setting of two things in opposition to each other; as, an honorable action may be attended with labor, but the labor is soon past, and the honor is immortal. – Encyc.

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