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metaphor - definitions and examples - figures of speech
A metaphor is a figure of speech in which an implicit comparison is made between two unlike things that actually have something in common.
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What Is a Metaphor? (Overview & Examples)
Some metaphors are so common that we may not even notice that they are metaphors. Take the familiar metaphor of life as a journey, for example.
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Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Metaphor - Grammar and Composition
All of us, every day, speak, write, and think in metaphors. And there are countless ways of looking at them, thinking about them, using them. Here are 13 types of ...
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Figurative Language Exercise: Metaphors and Similes
The eight passages in this exercise are richly developed with metaphors and similes. Your job is to identify these figures of speech and explain their ...
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creative metaphor - definition and examples of creative metaphors
American philosopher Richard Rorty characterized the creative metaphor as a challenge to established schemes and conventional perceptions: "A metaphor is,  ...
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Using Similes and Metaphors to Enrich Writing (Part 1)
Writers use similes and metaphors to explain things, to express emotion, and to make their writing more vivid and entertaining. Discovering fresh similes and ...
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Definition and Examples of Extended Metaphor
An extended metaphor is a comparison between two unlike things that continues throughout a series of sentences in a paragraph or lines in a poem.
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absolute metaphor - definition and examples of absolute metaphors
A metaphor (or figurative comparison) in which one of the terms (the tenor) can't be readily distinguished from the other (the vehicle). Also called an ...
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Practice in Identifying Metaphors - Grammar and Composition
This exercise will give you practice in identifying the elements that make up a metaphor.
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Conventional Metaphors - Grammar and Composition - About.com
Comedian Steven Wright invites us to question the implications of the conventional metaphor used by Jaques in William Shakespeare's As You Like It ( Act Two, ...
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