What do you write to finish the simile as straight as an?
as straight as a ruler?as straight as an arrow
as straight as a 2x4 chopped by Tim the tool man Taylor
Yes, it is an explicit comparison, and therefore a Simile.
Yes: a simile compares two things using "like" or "as".
i love candles and simile!!
a fierce, frightening tiger who will pounce on your prey when provoked.
Sardines in a can.
My example is "when I am sad, I am like a wolf without a pack."
As lame as a duck
First of all, as you read through the book, use little strips of paper to mark the pages that you feel would allow you to come up with a good metaphor and simile. Next, write down the metaphor and simile and come up with some words that rhyme with the last word of each. If you don't want your poem to rhyme, then try to write the metaphor and simile with the same rhythm. Next… Read More
as [red] as [a rose] or [her cheeks were] like [petals]
well its a weird thing to write
i was hard like a sidewalk.
A simile is a comparison, so you can finish it any way you like. For example, you might say "as right as rain," which is an idiom meaning that something is all right or repaired correctly.
The similes are "raining like an open faucet" or "coming down like Niagara Falls." Another simile is "raining buckets." The familiar idiom is "raining cats and dogs."
an orgasm flows through an old mans body
Zebras like cows have black and white fur.
a straight line
A simile is a sentence comparing two or more objects by using the words "like" or "as." An example would be to say "Her hands were as clammy as a fish," or "His hair was as red as fire."
There are many similes in the book Where The Red Fern Grows.
As "straight" is 1 syllable, it would simply be "straight".
In the sentence "the ball shot straight up, into the air like a rocket", "like a rocket" is a simile. A simile is when something is like something else, but not the something else. This is a describing technique. So in this sentence, it means that the ball moved like a rocket would move.
"She has behaved like a twelve-year-old for the last twenty years."
love is like the wind; you can't see it but you can feel it
"Her tears were like rain pouring down her face."
write with no distractions
Metaphor. Metaphors are straight comparisons, whereas Similes use a comparing word. Did that make sense?
The product of 40 and the distance to finish
We are stuck in the confined space like: A bird in its cage A dog in its kennel A belonging in a suitcase/briefcase A prisoner in its prison
A straight line assembly process is a manufacturing process in many factories. With the straight line the product moves along the assembly line from start to finish.
Write about whatever interests you. You're not going to be able to write a good story or essay if someone gives you a topic, because you'll be bored and not finish it. If you write about something you're curious about, or something you like, you'll be more likely to keep going and finish it.
brown hair is like a chocolate river. when straight, the fountain goes straight down the river. when curly, its going down hills and over rocks. -thats a simile! it uses like or as i need a metaphor!!!!
A simile is a comparison between two things that usually employs the use of "like, than, or as." Here is a simile using the woA simile is a comparison that employs the use of "like, than, or as." Here is a simile using the word "restaurant" as asked in the question: Stan was as busy as a high-class restaurant on Mother's Day. Stan was busier than a high-class restaurant on Mother's Day. Stan hurried like… Read More
hairline stainless steel is pointing to its finish or type of coating. literally it has fine or minute straight lines like hair on its finish.
The first simile is on page 2: 'Her eyes seemed to change colour like a kaleidoscope-brown, blue and green'. Sorry I can't write all of them down. It'll take me all day.
How do you write a simile or metaphor that expresses your aspects as a writer its for school and im confused?
A simile is a comparison to something else, using the words like or as. Example: "A good fiction writer of is an author who puts words together like Ernest Hemingway reincarnated."
you have to finish this sentence before I answer it.
完成 [wán chéng]
Always finish on a double - can either start straight off or with a double.
Chaucer only finished 24 tales. He had planned to write 100 but unfortunately he died and was not able to finish.
Who did loewe Berlin manufacture the 8mm with a straight bolt for what is the value of an 1891 8mm by loewe Berlin with the three crowns?
Provide a detailed description of all markings, finish, barrel length, finish on all parts of the rifle and type of finish on the stock.
a tick is just a straight apostrophe: '
Think about the things that are crowed and then apply them to a bus. The lake was a smooth as glass. The dew on the lawn sparkled like diiamonds.
(it, she, he, whatever) disappeared like... Smoke in the wind A thief into the night Water in the desert Wood into a raging fire Hope this helps! :)
Yes the word simile is a noun. A simile is a figure of speech.
An extended simile, also known as an epic simile, is a comparison that extends beyond the normal comparison. Milton uses them often to describe grand ideas because he wanted to write an epic poem.
Optimally, a serger is the best way to finish material that ravels. If you do not have a serger, you can finish the raw edge with a regular zig-zag stitch. If you don't have a zig-zag stitch on your machine, you can simply reinforce your seam with another row of straight stitching.
simile its a simile when you use "like"
Ireland does not have postal codes. To write to someone in county Monaghan the address would finish as follows: Co. Monaghan, Ireland. For internet forms, use IE for the code. Ireland does not have postal codes. To write to someone in county Monaghan the address would finish as follows: Co. Monaghan, Ireland. For internet forms, use IE for the code. Ireland does not have postal codes. To write to someone in county Monaghan the address… Read More
No. A simile compares one thing to another. Therefore no one word by itself can be a simile and so the word "as" is not a simile. However the word "as" often forms part of a simile, for example: "he is as brave as a lion".
simile of a rock