The repetition of similar case endings in adjacent words or in words
in parallel position
One part of speech governs two or more other parts of a sentence (often
in parallel series).
The figure by which a single subject governs several verbs or verbal
constructions (usually arranged in parallel fashion and expressing a
When a single word that governs or modifies two or more others must
be understood differently with respect to each of those words. A combination
of grammatical parallelism and semantic incongruity.
A series of similarly structured elements having the same length.
Similarity of endings of adjacent or parallel words.
Generally, the arrangement of words, phrases, or clauses in an order
of increasing importance, often in parallel structure.
Comparison and contrast in parallel clauses.
Three parallel elements of the same length occurring together in a series.