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părăsĭōpēsis, is, f., = παρασιώπησις, a figure of rhetoric, where one says he will not speak of such and such a thing, but, in the very act of so doing, suggests it: parasiopesis: hoc est, cum aliquid nos reticere dicimus et tamen tacitum intellegitur, Rutil. Lup. Fig. Sent. 2, 11.