Zeugmatic


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Zeug`mat´ic


a.1.Of or pertaining to zeugma; characterized by zeugma.
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Hazlitt, who admired Augustan wit, would have regularly encountered such zeugmatic configurations in Pope: "Puffs, Powders, Patches, Bibles, Billet-doux"; "Here Thou, great Anna
Accordingly, the relationship between voice and sense (the signified or meaning) is zeugmatic, aporetic and chiasmatic and hence is not reducible to a dialectical relation with voice/ cry as the meaningless vector or carrier of meaning.
The synchytic structure enables zeugmatic use of the singular verb form "hat," which applies both to "Feuer" and to "Rauchdampf.
One version of the test says that when polysemic words are used in one sentence, they result in a zeugmatic combination.
In the study "A Zeugmatic Space: East/Central European Feminisms," Mihaela Mudure (2004) adopts the notion of "a voice from elsewhere" to claim a space for the Eastern European feminism(s).
A zeugmatic relation between two different categories of human experience--one looking back and the other projecting into futurity--becomes central to the modernism that is implicitly the larger context of McIntire's study.