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Figurative Language Review
Match the definitions and examples to the words.
Terms in this set (16)
a comparison between two unlike things using like or as
a comparison between two unlike things without using like or as
repeated consonant sounds
giving human qualities to non-human objects
the use of sound words
an exaggerated statement
an expression in one language that cannot be translated into another
a phrase that has two contradictory words
Her cheeks are as red as roses.
The man is a tall tower.
Peter Piper, Sally sells sea shells
The leaves skipped across the lawn.
pop, bang, boom
She told him a million times.
a piece of cake, bite your tongue
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