Definition of Procatalepsis

1. Noun. (rhetoric) A rhetorical exercise in which the speaker raises an objection to his own argument and then immediately answers it, in an attempt to strengthen the argument by dealing with possible counter-arguments. ¹



2. Noun. (rhetoric) Rebuttal of anticipated objections. ¹

3. Noun. (grammar) Left dislocation. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Procatalepsis

procapitalists
procapsid
procapsids
procarbazine
procarbazines
procarboxypeptidase
procarboxypeptidases
procarcinogen
procarcinogens
procarps
procaryote
procaryotes
procaryotic
procaspase
procatalepsis (current term)
procatarctic
procatarctics
procatarxis
procathedral
procathedrals
procced
proccing
procede
proceded
procedes
procedural
procedural law
proceduralism
proceduralist

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