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1 I shall however [p. 155] postpone discussion of tropes and figures till I come to deal with the various ornaments of style.

1 chaps. i. and ii. A trope is an expression used in a sense which it cannot strictly bear. A figure is a form of speech differing from the ordinary method of expression; see IX i. 4.

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