antisyzygy

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

anti- +‎ syzygy, coined by G. Gregory Smith in Scottish Literature: Character and Influence (1919).

Noun[edit]

antisyzygy (usually uncountable, plural antisyzygies)

  1. The presence of dueling polarities within one entity, thought of as typical for the Scottish psyche and literature.