electrify, dignify, classify, clarify, certify, amplify, defy, disqualify, qualify, dissatisfy, satisfy, glorify, exemplify, modify, justify, gratify, leafy, pacify, horrify, intensify, mortify, humidify, identify, stuffy, solidify, purify, specify, terrify, unify, verify
Persuasive devices has words in the passage that shows strong connotations words that intensify the emotional affect
I told the Circulation Manager I would guarantee not to frequently exaggerate and that I would not dissatisfy him, anymore.
independent, intermediate, inter, intensify, innocent, interest, interested,
oxygen, hexagon, galaxy, exigent, exaggerate, exiguous, exegesis, extravagant and probably a few more.
anger,fustration, or you can add increased in front of both words to intensify the emotion.
Non-literal or figurative language refers to words, and groups of words, that exaggerate or alter the usual meanings of the component words. A literal usage is the "normal" meanings of the words.By:Luna Sunshine
With truth :D In other words you don't exaggerate it and you don't lessen it. Cause to answer your question really depends on what your writing about.
America, amplify, arrests, absolve, accused, accuses, accuser, academy, alright, anarchy, apology, Arizona, artists, average.
As a funnel shaped instrument used to amplify the voice, it was invented by Thomas Edison in 1878. Using the Greek words 'Megas' meaning great and 'phone' meaning voice
The only word that is ever always spelled wrongly, is the word wrongly. There are many other words that are commonly misspelled wrong and that includes amateur, seize, exaggerate, and sergeant.
words ending in ify: * gratify * satisfy * classify * unify * qualify * nullify * terrify * horrify * quantify * electrify * mummify * ratify * glorify * testify * identify * intensify * verify * clarify
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern -M---F-. That is, seven letter words with 2nd letter M and 6th letter F. In alphabetical order, they are: amplify
The Apmlified Bible is an English translation of the Bible designed to amplify words and phrases through use of bold texts, punstuations and highlighting through use of other typographical methods.
Literal and figurative language is a distinction in traditional systems for analyzing language. Literal language refers to words that do not deviate from their defined meaning. Figurative language refers to words, and groups of words, that exaggerate or alter the usual meanings of the component words. Figurative language may involve analogy to similar concepts or other contexts, and may involve exaggerations. These alterations result in figures of speech.
I don't know all of the words, but here are some words with the prefix ex- : * example * examine * expunge * expand * expire * exhibit * extreme * exfoliate * exhume * exile * experiment * expose * explode * explicit * expert * expensive * explicit * exempt * exert * exhale * exclude * excite * exchange * exasperate * excerpt * examination * exclamation * exaggerate * excuse
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern -M--IF-. That is, seven letter words with 2nd letter M and 5th letter I and 6th letter F. In alphabetical order, they are: amplify
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern AM---F-. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter A and 2nd letter M and 6th letter F. In alphabetical order, they are: amplify
# arm # army # ankle # animal # answer # after # avoid # assume # apple # angle # angel # arrow # argue # amplify # acquire # atone # apologize # apparent # amazing # adorable # animated # antiquated # astronomical # aggressive # attitude
The dream reflects the dreamer's feeling of being attacked in some way. Dreams typically exaggerate, so the shooting might be a play on words for someone "shooting off their mouth," or feeling like the target of criticism.
1. They can make the scene more vivid 2. They can make the meaning clearer 3. They can intensify the emotional impact 4. They can compress a lot of meaning into a few words