—pronounced an-ti-muh-TAB-uh-lee—involves repeating words in successive clauses, but in reversed order. 

Listen to Winston S. 's famous example:

‘This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.'

makes statements more and can add a layer of depth or to your message. It will inspire your audience to think more deeply about the words.

Another example: ‘Eat to live; don't live to eat.' This not only catches attention but also effectively communicates priorities or lifestyle choices.

In your storytelling or public speaking, use to create a mirror effect with your words, enhance the impact of your message, and keep your audience engaged. 

Reversing the order can reverse their thinking!