Hendiadys: noun. A figure of speech in which two words connected by a conjunction are used to express a single notion that would normally be expressed by an adjective and a substantive, such as grace and favour instead of gracious favour (Australian Pocket Oxford Dictionary).
Steffen Hertog, University of Durham
From my phone to my tumblr.
I logged back into my site just now and I saw the picture (below) that I had added and it made me happy.
I love it. It’s so clean and uncluttered.