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Ethos is a concept from ancient Greek rhetoric, referring to an appeal to ethics or credibility. It is used to describe the character or trustworthiness of a speaker or writer, and can be seen in examples such as political speeches and advertisements.
Euphemism is a literary device used to replace an unpleasant or offensive word or phrase with a more acceptable one. Examples include “passed away” instead of “died” and “downsized” instead of “fired”.
The exclamation point (or exclamation mark) is used to express strong emotion or emphasis in writing. It is usually placed at the end of a sentence to add emphasis or excitement.
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