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Figurative Language

Author: Stidham Stephanie
Description: Match the figurative language term with its definition.
Keywords: Figurative Language, Poetic Devices, Simile, Metaphor, Personification, , online teaching

0. Idiom
1. Mood
2. Sensory Details
3. Onomatopoeia
4. Metaphor
5. Personification
6. Imagery
7. Assonance
8. Foreshadowing
9. Hyperbole
10. Irony
11. Alliteration
12. Simile
13. palindrome
14. Symbolism
15. Theme

0. mimicks a sound
1. When what you say is different than what you mean.
2. a comparison of two unlike objects without using like or as
3. Giving an object human-like qualities
4. Using sensory details
5. Repeating consonants at the beginning of a word.
6. extreme exaggeration
7. using a concrete object to represent an abstract thought.
8. repeating the same vowel sounds
9. Sight Sound Smell Taste and Touch
10. The emotional feeling of a work.
11. A well-known phrase, common knowledge.
12. a comparison of two unlike objects using the words like or as
13. The message or main idea of a work.
14. a word that is the same forwards and backwards
15. giving a hint of what is to come.