Meaning of POLYSYNDETON in English

ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˈsindəˌtän, -_tən noun

( plural polysyndetons -ˌtänz, -_tənz ; or polysynde·ta -_tə)

Etymology: New Latin, from Late Greek, neuter of polysyndetos using many conjunctions, connected, from Greek poly- + syndetos bound together — more at asyndeton

: repetition of conjunctions in close succession (as in we have ships and men and money and stores ) — opposed to asyndeton

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