If you search for ‘hendiatris’ on the Internet, you will find it easily, but if you search for it in a traditional dictionary, you probably won’t. It is possible that ‘hendiatris’ is a sort of back-formation from ‘hendiadys’, though it substitutes an affix rather than deleting one.
Since I mentioned palindromes in my post last week, I thought they should be the subject of my post this week. Share your favourites in the comments.
After you have watched the explanation of levidrome in the video, add your favourite levidrome in the comments. And please share!
Antecedents should be clearly understood by the use of the pronoun. Otherwise your communication will be ineffective—or funny.