Addition of Insinuation (stated) by way of Reasoning.

Cat-aph’-a-is, Greek, κατάφασις, an affirmation, or affirmative proposition,
from κατά (kata), down, and φασις (phasis), a speaking, from φάναι (phanai), to say.

In this case the insinuation is added, not negatively, but positively: e.g.:
“I pass by his deceit,” etc., and thus adds the insinuation as to his deception.

From “Figures Of Speech Used In The Bible” by E. W. Bullinger,
(Public Domain) pages 487. Adapted for website compatibility.
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