-lepsy, -lepsia, -lepsis, -leptic (Greek: a suffix; a violent attack, a seizing).
Described as the narrative equivalent of a "flashback".
A drug that has a stimulating effect on the central nervous system.
2. The presentation of a future potentiality as an accomplished fact.
3. A response to criticism before hearing it.
4. Placing a redundant descriptive phrase that refers to a term in the middle of the sentence, at the beginning of the sentence.