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Literary Terms 7th G

Figurative Language Literary Terms

QuestionAnswer
She could reach the top of a skyscraper. Hyperbole
Her ears were elephant ears. Metaphor
His smile was as big as the Arkansas River. Simile
You drive me wild. Idium
These are lazy dog days. Metaphor
The dog danced across the floor. Personification
The baby sucked down the bottle like a starving dog snarfs up a steak. Analogy
The birds tweeted on the limb. Onomatopoeia
She was as pretty as a flower. Simile
The beautiful, red roses gave off a glorious scent as they lined the cracked sidewalk. Imagery
Created by: shellyh