[ep-uh-goh-jee] /ˈɛp əˌgoʊ dʒi/
induction of a general proposition from particular propositions.
[ep-uh-goh-jee] /ˈɛp əˌgoʊ dʒi/ noun, Logic. 1. induction of a general proposition from particular propositions.
[ih-pam-uh-non-duh s] /ɪˌpæm əˈnɒn dəs/ noun 1. 418?–362 b.c, Theban general and statesman. /ɛˌpæmɪˈnɒndæs/ noun 1. ?418–362 bc, Greek Theban statesman and general: defeated the Spartans at Leuctra (371) and Mantinea (362) and restored power in Greece to Thebes
[ep-uh-nuh-lep-sis] /ˌɛp ə nəˈlɛp sɪs/ noun, Rhetoric. 1. a repetition of a word or a phrase with intervening words setting off the repetition, sometimes occurring with a phrase used both at the beginning and end of a sentence, as in Only the poor really know what it is to suffer; only the poor. /ɪˌpænəˈlɛpsɪs/ noun […]
[ih-pan-uh-dos] /ɪˈpæn əˌdɒs/ noun, Rhetoric. 1. the repetition of a group of words in reverse order. 2. the recapitulation of the main ideas of a speech, especially in the reverse order. 3. the resumption of the main thread of a speech after a digression.