, a stylistic device that involves the use of multiple conjunctions in close succession, often where they are not grammatically necessary.

‘We have ships and men and money and supplies,'

The repeated use of ‘and' adds a cumulative effect to the list, enhancing the sense of abundance or overwhelming scale.

How about the famous post office creed?

“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night will stay these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”

In Finnigan's Wake, James Joyce wrote, ““We lived and laughed and loved and left.”

can create a feeling of multiplicity, energetic enumeration, or building intensity.

adds rhythm and power to your words. It emphasizes a series of qualities, actions, or effects, to make your message more impactful and .