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prosopopeia (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of prosopopoeia
    • 1647, John Trapp, Commentary on the Book of Isaiah:
      The mountains and the hills before you shall break forth into singing. The mute and brute creatures, as they seem to groan together with the faithful, {#Ro 8:21,22} so here, by a prosopopeia, they are brought in as congratulating and applauding their deliverance.
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prosopopeia f (plural prosopopeias)

  1. prosopopoeia