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AV #7

simile A comparison using like or as.
alliteration the repetition of the beginning consonant SOUND in a string of words.
repetition The repeating of a word, phrase, or sentence, and/or line from a poem for effect.
hyperbole extreme exaggeration
personification Giving a non-human thing human characteristics
metaphor A comparison without using like or as.
onomatopoeia a word that imitates a sound
sensory launguage - is the use of details from the five senses. - brings your words to life. - shows not tells. - helps readers visualize the scene a writer is setting.
imagery sensory language that creates images in the reader’s mind.
trait (noun) A special quality or feature of a person or animal.
characteristic (noun) A regular quality or feature of someone or something.
character (noun) All of the many things that make one person or thing different from another.
characterize (verb) To describe the character and qualities of someone or something.
property (noun) A distinctive physical characteristic of something; a common quality of all things belonging to a particular group.
Created by: GMichelson
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