(This page forms part of a Course in Figures of Speech. You can find an introduction to it at Figures of Speech course. This page can stand on its own, as well. You may have accessed it from a page on a particular example.)
Miscellaneous here is simply a convenient way of groupinmg all the Figures of Speech that do not fall neatly into one of the four groups which are a useful way of constructing the Figures of Speech course. These are: the Figures of comparison , Figures of meaning, Figures of construction, and Figures of sound patterning.
See the List at Figures Miscellaneous - List.