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You are probably referring to these:

Bury the hatchet - To make peace or put the past behind.

Example: "We had bad blood between us for years over a stupid incident, but we both decided to bury the hatchet and move on."

Hatchet face - A skinny, long face with distinct features.

Hatchet job - A ruthless or crude effort usually ending in destruction. It can also mean character assassination.

Example: "Both major candidates for the election are seriously doing a hatchet job on each other this year."

Hatchet man - A person hired for the purposes of committing murder.

Example: "While the mastermind of the heinous plot got life behind bars without the possibility for parole, the hatchet man was able to plead to a single count of manslaughter since he was willing to testify."

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1.page 10 And now a jolt took him like a hammerblow

2.page 29 The memory was like a knife cutting into him. Slicing deep into him with hate

3.page 50 Gradually, like sloshing oil his thoughts settled back and the panic was gone

4.page 42 It was as if the water was more than water, as if the water had become all of life

5.page 13 It was as if his hands and arms were lead.

Simile: A comparison of two things using like or as

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can you underline the similes next time?

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βˆ™ 12y ago

His fist plummeted into the bears scrotum area and ate away all flesh leaving behind bits of dead,bloody meat, This battle was won easily by Brian.

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that does not help.
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this better get me a 100%

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βˆ™ 12y ago

well, sense Hatchet is such as detailed book, you'd have to be more specific. If you mean "What is a similie?" I'd be happy to answer you. A similie is comparing 2 things using like or as.

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βˆ™ 10y ago

"Hatchet" is a children's book by Gary Paulsen. Examples of metaphors in this book are ".....a brown wall of fur" that describes a moose and "And now a jolt took him like a hammer blow" to describe a heart attack."

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βˆ™ 2y ago
my teacher told me that Metaphors don’t use like or as

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Sure, here are a couple examples of similes from the book "Hatchet" by Gary Paulsen:

  1. "His thoughts jumped like a startled rabbit."
  2. "His arms felt like rubber bands, too weak to hold anything."
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βˆ™ 14y ago

Page 9 " But the voice was thin,had a sound like something thin that would break if you touched it."

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βˆ™ 15y ago

her back hair went up like an angrey dogs does... by - melissa<3

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βˆ™ 6y ago

"The Hatchet cut through the aluminum AS if were soft cheese."

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ur a bigger bum

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