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English 2 words

allegory A short moral story.
allusion Passing reference or indirect mention.
analysis Literary criticism considering the structure of a text.
anecdote A short account of an incident.
archetype Something that serves as a model.
audience A gathering of spectators or listeners at a performance.
collaboration The act of working jointly.
consensus A agreement in the judgement reached by a group as a whole.
credibility The quality of being believable or trustworthy.
editorial An article giving opinions or perspective.
euphemism An inoffensive expression substituted for an offensive one.
generalization An idea or conclusion having broad application.
oxymoron Conjoining contradictory terms.
parable A short moral story.
Validity The quality of being legitimate and rigorous.
Created by: Jessdinm