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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ἐνθύμημα (enthúmēma, thought, consideration), from ἐν (en, within, with) + θυμός (thumós, soul, life).

NounEdit

enthymeme (plural enthymemes)

  1. A by and large statement, a maxim, a less-than-100% argument.
  2. (logic) A syllogism with a required but unstated assumption.

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