Definition for AN-TI-ME-TATH'E-SIS

AN-TI-ME-TATH'E-SIS, n. [Gr. αντι, against, and μεταθεσις, a transposition.]

In rhetoric, an inversion of the parts or members of an antithesis; as, “Compare the arrival of this governor, with the victory of that general.” “Compare this peace with that war.” – Cicero in Verrem. Encyc.

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