|Source||Silva Rhetoricae (http://humanities.byu.edu/rhetoric/Silva.htm); Trebizond 61v-62r ("compositio"); Sherry (1550) 38; JG Smith (1665) ("synthesis"); De Mille (1882)("analysis and synthesis"); Holmes (1806) ("synthesis"); Waddy (1889)|
|Synonyms||compositio, analysis and synthesis|
1. An apt arrangement of a composition, especially regarding the sounds of adjoining syllables and words. (Silva Rhetoricae)
2. Composition: a figure of construction, whereby a noune collective singular is joyned to a verb plural, &c.; SYNTHESIS, Compositio, Composition, or a joyning together; derived from [syntithemi] compono, to compose or put together. It is a construction made for significations sake, or a speech congruous in sense, not in voyce. It is a figure of construction, whereby a Noun collective singular is joyned to a Verb plural. Of others it is also called a figure whereby two words are joyned into one by a sign of union. Sometimes it is made in gender only, Or for supplements sake, Sometimes it is made both in gender and number. (JG Smith)
3. 338. ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS.
4. A Synthesis, not words but sense respects; For whose sake oft' it strictest rules rejects. (Holmes)
5. Synthesis is the process of combining separate statements into a single sentence. (Waddy)
2. The tempest-tossed Seas.
The earth-incircling Ocean.
The Green-mantled Earth.
A Heaven-faln star.
A Rock-rending whirlwinde.
Marble-hearted cruelty. (JG Smith)
4. The multitude rushes, or rush, upon me. (Holmes)
|Kind Of||Symmetry Series|
|Notes||Unsure of 'type of'. Entered by Ashwini.|
|Last Editor||Samantha Price|
|Editorial Notes||Type of symmetry? Perhaps a type of Series -Nike|