(also known as Accumulatio, but from now on I'm going to refer to it as the far easier to remember - and say - 'Replication') is a rhetorical technique that very effectively emphasizes a point with the successive use of several words or phrases which have more or less the same meaning.
Because Wyatt wanna be extra:
Finnegan O'Neil: .Why are you in a wheelchair?
Monte Wildhorn: Can you keep a secret?
Finnegan O'Neil: Even if they torture me.
Monte Wildhorn: I'm attempting to defraud the Liberty Mutual Insurance conglomerate out of a million dollars.
Finnegan O'Neil: What's "defraud?"
Monte Wildhorn: Cheat. Snooker. Fleece. Bamboozle.
Finnegan O'Neil: So, you can walk?
Monte Wildhorn: I can run. But I have to be careful. I mean, if those Liberty Mutual boys catch me while I'm out for a quick jog, it's all over. I can kiss that million bucks goodbye and say hello to Yuma State Prison.
Finnegan O'Neil: You could go to jail?
Monte Wildhorn: Oh, yeah. But, what's jail? As John Milton once said, 'The mind it its own place.'
-- delivered by Morgan Freeman and Emma Fuhrmann (from the movie The Magic of Belle Isle)