epilogus epilogus
 e-pi-lo'-gus from Gk. epi, "in addition" and logos, "speech"

  Providing an inference of what is likely to follow.

Sources: Quintilian 6.1.7; Sherry (1550) 55 ("epilogus," "conclusio")

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