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Force is the overtones of feeling that a word arouses, as something above and beyond the word's literal meaning.

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Force is the overtones of feeling that a word arouses, as something above and beyond the word's literal meaning.

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Force is the overtones of feeling that a word arouses, as something above and beyond the word's literal meaning.

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What are the -- called and what do they do?!
for example: the way is suspicious--the result uncertain, perhaps destructive;

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Is there a literary term for where there are two (or more) lines in a stanza that end with the same word, other than repetition?
e.g.
reaches out to you
reassures you

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What is the term for a word that is 'drawn' like its meaning. For instance 'tall' being written in tall letters or 'bold' being written in bold?

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