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Similes, Metaphors, Personification . Figurative language: Or Two Things at Once. Figurative language is writing or speech that is not meant to be taken literally. Example: The cold wind cut through my jacket like a knife.

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Similes metaphors personification

Similes, Metaphors, Personification

Figurative language:Or Two Things at Once


Definition

Definition


Figurative language or two things at once

Uses


Simile

Simile


Can you think of a simile

Thunder threatens uses

Like a sound that rolls around and around

In a mean dog’s throat.

-Martha Sherwood

Can you think of a simile?


Metaphor

Metaphor


Can you think of a metaphor

Thumb without the use of

The odd, friendless boy raised by four aunts.

-Phillip Dacey

Can you think of a metaphor?


Personification

Personification