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Study for Final Exam

TermDefinition
Symbolize Be a symbol of.
Infer Conclude from evidence and reasoning rather than from explicit statements.
Theme The subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a persons thoughts.
Metaphor Comparing without using "like" or "as" .
Narrator A person who narrates something, like a novel.
Stanza A group of lines forming the basic recurring metrical unit in a poem.
Enhance Intensify.
Simile Comparing using "like" or "as" .
Valid Having a sound basis in logic or fact; reasonable.
Reliable Consistently good in quality or performance.
Opposing In conflict or competition.
Argument An exchange of opposing views, typically heated or angry.
Informal A conversational speech characterized by simple grammatical structures.
Formal Recognized.
Credible Capable of persuading people that something will happen or be successful.
Implied Suggested but not directly expressed.
Opinion A view or judgement.
Installed Place or fix.
Validity The quality or being logically or factually sound.
Rebuttal Denial; negation; contradiction.
Created by: Babygirlmonahan