amphibology, am-fib-ol′o-ji, n. the use of ambiguous phrases or such as can be construed in two senses.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
noun (pl) -gies, -lies
ambiguity of expression, esp when due to a grammatical construction, as in save rags and waste paper
ambiguous or equivocal, especially when due to the uncertain grammatical construction of a word or phrase.
a trisyllabic foot, the arrangement of the syllables of which is short, long, short in quantitative meter, or unstressed, stressed, unstressed in accentual meter. Thus, together is an accentual amphibrach. Historical Examples The amphibrach is a foot of three syllables, the first and third short, and the second long. Dissertation on the English Language Noah […]
producing two kinds of fruit that differ either in form or in time of ripening.
amphicentric amphicentric am·phi·cen·tric (ām’fĭ-sěn’trĭk) adj. Centering at both ends. Used of a rete mirabile that begins by the vessel branching out and ends by the branches joining again to form the same vessel.