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Credible Reasonable to trust or believe
Enculturation The slow and day-to-day process of learning your group’s culture as an infant and a child
Assimilation to cause (a person or group) to become part of a different society, country, etc.
Diversity the state of having people who are different races or who have different cultures in a group or organization
Reiterate to repeat something you have already said in order to emphasize it
Extract to remove (something) by pulling it out or cutting it out
Concrete relating to or involving specific people, things, or actions rather than general ideas or qualities
Imagery Language that causes people to imagine pictures in their mind
Analogy a comparison of two things based on their being alike in some way
Metaphor an object, activity, or idea that is used as a symbol of something else — often + for ▪
Simile a phrase that uses the words like or as to describe someone or something bycomparing it with someone or something else that is similar [count
Acrostic Poems An acrostic (ákros "top"; stíchos "verse") is a poem or other form of writing in which the first letter, syllable or word of each line, paragraph or other recurring feature in the text spells out a word or a message. ...
Refrain a phrase or verse that is repeated regularly in a poem or song
Denotation The literal/real meaning of a word or phrase
Connotation How a word or phrase makes you feel
Symbolism Using a word or picture to represent a particular idea, feeling, or meaning
Aspiration something that a person wants very much to achieve
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