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Prolepsis may refer to:
- Prolepsis (album), by Arrogance
- Prolepsis (rhetoric), technique of anticipating the opposing argument
- Procatalepsis, a figure of speech in which the speaker raises an objection and then immediately answers it
- Cataphora, using an expression or word that co-refers with a later expression in the discourse
- Flashforward, in storytelling, an interjected scene that represent events in the future
- One of the three criteria of truth in Epicureanism
- Foreshadowing, literary technique similar to flashforward
- Déjà vu, the experience of feeling sure that one has already witnessed or experienced a current situation
- Proslepsis, providing full details or drawing attention to something while pretending to pass it over
- Proleptic (disambiguation)
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