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Lit vocab 2

bigots narrow-minded, prejudiced and smoothly
dejectedly sadly, show discouragement
slackening becoming less active
porage soft food made or cereal boiled in water/milk
vital extremely important or necessary
tumultously noisily violently
resilient spring back to shape
refugee person who flees a home or country to seek shelter from warm or cuelty
permanet lasting for all time
fulent able to write or speak easily
emulate copy or be like some one
simile comparing two unrelated things using like or as
figurative langages the author uses word and frases to in hanse their wirting
hyperboly an extreme exageration
alliteration the repeating sound of a consanet
metaphor comparing two unlike thing without using like or as
personification giving a object human qulities
idiom a un defined sentance
odomapia words sound like what they are
imagery appeals to the 5 sensecs
Created by: ccruz