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Language and Literature/ Figurative Language

TermDefinition
Alliteration The repetition of usually initial consonant sound in two or more words or syllables.
Analogy A comparison of similar traits between dissimilar thing in order to highlight a point of similarity.
Figurative Language A word or phrase that depart from literal language. a word or phrase that departs from literal language. The most common examples are metaphor and simile.
Hyperbole Deliberate exaggeration for effect.
Imagery Words or phrases that appeal to the senses(sound, smelll, taste and feel).
Irony The use of words to suggest the opposite of their intended meaning.
Literal Language The actual definition of the word.
Metaphor A figure of speech in which something is described as though it were something else.
Pesonification The assignment of a human trait to a non-human item or characteristic.
Simile A figure of speech that has a direct comparison between unlike things using like or as.
Symbol Usually concrete objects or images that represent abstract idea.