|Source||Silva Rhetoricae (http://humanities.byu.edu/rhetoric/Silva.htm); Bullinger (1898) ("antimetathesis; or, dialogue")|
|Etymology||an-ti-me-tath'-e-sis from Gr. anti "against" or "opposite to" and metathesis "a placing differently" and this from meta "beyond" or "over" and tithenai "to place" or "set"|
1. Inversion of the members of an antithesis. (Silva Rhetoricae)
2. A Transference of Speakers... So that Antimetathesis is a figure by which there is a transposition of one thing over against another, especially of one person over against another; as when the writer or speaker addresses the reader or hearer in the second person as if he were actually present. (Bullinger, 882)
2. Rom. 11:19. -"Thou wilt plead then, The branches were broken off, that I might be grafted in."
|Kind Of||Symmetry Opposition|
|Last Editor||Ioanna Malton|
|Editorial Notes||This is tough to categorize without a definition.|