A "kenning" is a linguistic device wherein an author uses an overly complicated noun instead of a simple one for semantic effect. Like when one calls the sun a "sky candle," or when one calls the Pabst Farms Town Center "ye olde cabbage garden of broken dreams and bitter disappointments."
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