|Source||Silva Rhetoricae (http://humanities.byu.edu/rhetoric/Silva.htm)|
Substituting one word with another whose meaning is very close to the original, but in a non-reciprocal fashion; that is, one could not use the first, original word as a substitute for the second. This is the opposite of acoloutha.
"When Diana lighteth Late her crystal lamp, Her pale glory kindleth
|Related Figures||acoloutha, figures of substitution, metaphor|
|Notes||Acoloutha is the opposite of anacoloutha, a reciprocal metaphor.|
|Last Editor||Ashley Rose Kelly|
|Editorial Notes||acoloutha should be related figure (I added it). rm semantic and syntactic LD and added lexicographic.|
|Reviewer||Ashley Rose Kelly|