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In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

What is a metaphor?

Metaphors are comparisons between two dissimilarthings. The use of a metaphor is a way to describe something.Authors use them to make their writing more interesting orenterta (MORE)
In English Language

What is a metaphore?

A comparison between two very different things.However a metaphor makes for comparison without using the works like to or than. example:My dad is a bear
In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

What is metaphorism?

theres 2 different kinds, language and visual mainly, but maybe even audio? im not sure. but language metaphors are to do with high level concepts, but the thing im into is ar (MORE)
In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

Why is a metaphor called a metaphor?

Originally, metaphor was a Greek word meaning "transfer". The Greek etymology is from meta , implying "a change" and pherein meaning "to bear, or carry". Thus, the word (MORE)
In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

What is a metaphor for a metaphor?

A metaphor for a metaphor?! A1: there isn't such thing it is just called a metaphor. A2: Alfred Jarry called it a pataphor...
In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

What is a metaphor for?

A metaphor is used for comparing two words without using like or as EX in stead of saying, "the girls hair was like a field of golden wheat." you would say, "the girls hair (MORE)
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Is this a metaphor?

A metaphor is comparing two unlike things without using the words 'like' or 'as'. "She was a gazelle, clearing the hurdles with ease." In stead of saying "She was LIKE a gazel (MORE)
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What is a metaphor of embarrassment?

Embarrassment could be very easily put into a metaphor, and thegreatest part is that there is so many you could come up with. Oneof them for example could be, "Embarrassment i (MORE)
In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

Why are there metaphors?

Their are metaphors so that the author can make something moreinteresting or to describe something in deeper thought.