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Synecdoche

Syn`ec´do`che   Pronunciation: sĭn`ĕk´dô`kė
n.1.(Rhet.) A figure or trope by which a part of a thing is put for the whole (as, fifty sail for fifty ships), or the whole for a part (as, the smiling year for spring), the species for the genus (as, cutthroat for assassin), the genus for the species (as, a creature for a man), the name of the material for the thing made, etc.
Noun1.synecdoche - substituting a more inclusive term for a less inclusive one or vice versa
face, figure, figure of speech, fireside, hearth, image, trope
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