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How to Pronounce antistrophe?

Correct pronunciation for the word "antistrophe" is [ˌantɪstɹˈɒf], [ˌantɪstɹˈɒf], [ˌa_n_t_ɪ_s_t_ɹ_ˈɒ_f].

What are the misspellings for antistrophe?

  • zntistrophe,
  • sntistrophe,
  • wntistrophe,
  • qntistrophe,
  • abtistrophe,
  • amtistrophe,
  • ajtistrophe,
  • ahtistrophe,
  • anristrophe,
  • anfistrophe,
  • angistrophe,
  • antiostrophe,
  • antistroph,
  • antastrophe,
  • antistrophic,
  • antistrophus,
  • antistrophie,
  • antrostrophe,
  • anthestrophe,
  • antastrophy

"Antistrophe" in context

Antistrophe is a literary device commonly used in poetry and rhetoric. It involves the repetition of words or phrases at the end of successive lines or sentences. It often serves to emphasize certain ideas or themes. For example, in the phrase "to be or not to be," the antistrophe "be or not to be" emphasizes the dilemma of the speaker. Antistrophe can also be used in more creative ways to create imagery or atmosphere in a poem. By repeating certain words or phrases, a poet can create an interesting rhythm that draws the reader in.

What are similar-sounding words for antistrophe?

Usage over time for antistrophe:

This graph shows how "antistrophe" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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