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A long rambling story especially one that is impulsive
A strong disapproval
The arrangement of two or more things that are different for comparision
The voice or character speaking or narrating a story
A manner of writing that mixes critical attitude with wit and humor
A visual or verbal representation in which characteristics or traits are distorted
Declare something to be wrong in a public way
Occurs when what is expected turns out to be quite different from what actually happens
Extreme exaggeration used for emphasis, often used for comic effect
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words that are close together
The distinctive sounds, spelling, grammar and diction, of a specific group of people
Comedy that is at a higher intellect; it requires not a loud laugh but a smirk.
Anyone can understand, it deals with bodily functions at times, and causes loud outbursts of laughter
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