Definitions of prolepsis
n. - A figure by which objections are anticipated or prevented. 2
n. - A necessary truth or assumption; a first or assumed principle. 2
n. - An error in chronology, consisting in an event being dated before the actual time. 2
n. - The application of an adjective to a noun in anticipation, or to denote the result, of the action of the verb; as, to strike one dumb. 2
The word "prolepsis" uses 9 letters: E I L O P P R S S.
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