Figure Name communicatio
Source Silva Rhetoricae (
Earliest Source None
Etymology None
Type Chroma
Linguistic Domain Semantic

In general, to include one's audience overtly in a discourse. A term that comprises several more specific ones.
This may mean addressing one's opponent, the judges of a case, or the general auditors of a speech.


Kind Of
Part Of
Related Figures anacoenosis, anthypophora, apostrophe, epitrope, inter se pugnantia, sermocinatio, synchoresis, Figures of Speech and Audience
Notes 'Type of' not applicable
Confidence Unconfident
Last Editor Ashwini Namasivayam
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