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Similes and Metaphors

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BC: This is why the word is as beautiful as it is.

FC: By: Cheyenne Fischer | Similes and Metaphors

1: A Simile is a figure of speech that draws a comparison between two different things, especially a phrase containing the word “like” or “as,” | A Metaphor is the application of a word or phrase to somebody or something that is not meant literally but to make a comparison.

2: Simile | Her face lit up as bright as the sun when he walked in

3: Metaphor | His heart is as black as coal

4: Simile The sky is as blue as the ocean

5: Metaphor She sang like an angel

6: Metaphor In the windstorm, the tree howled all night

7: Metaphor The clouds look like huge cotton balls

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