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An instance of prolepsis, or "anticipation" in the use of a word.
THE LADY OF THE LAKESIR WALTER SCOTT
It was a prolepsis of the soul, reaching upward towards its source and goal.
CHRISTIANITY AND GREEK PHILOSOPHYBENJAMIN FRANKLIN COCKER

WORDS RELATED TO PROLEPSIS

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