What is a metaphor to describe a baby?
The baby was a blaring microphone, as its cries pierced the night.
The most common metaphor is the eternal city.
This is a simile because it uses the word "as" to describe the library. A metaphor does not use the words "like" or "as" to describe a noun.
Uh...I guess you will just have to another metaphor to describe the sentence!always remind your self
yes it is. a metaphor doesn't use like or as
A metaphor is a figure of speech wherein a thing is symbolic of something else. A metaphor for happiness is the laughter of a baby.
The metaphor is the Melting Pot.
The metaphor is "tanned leather," which is the word that describe the cowboy's face.
A beautiful willing partner.
run like the wind
their is not one
What is the metaphor that katniss uses to describe the cameras taking pictures of her and peeta as they wait in the trains door?
She uses the metaphor "insectlike cameras"
Please Describe a Mushrooms Using Similes... I need to describe a mushroom
A metaphor is a literary device that is used to describe something through comparison without using the words "like" or "as". A metaphor of grass could be anything as long as it is comparing grass to something.
There are not kinds of metaphor but i can give you the definition: A metaphor is when you describe something as another object. e.g. the sun WAS a yellow ball. The moon WAS a boat sailing through the sky. hope this helps!
he was a clown after a successful show
With metaphor. "Racy" is a quickly moving adjective.
baby your a firework by Katy Perry
She/He is as soft as a cloud NO that is a simile! A metaphor compares something directly to something else, as in "The dog's fur was a soft cloud of brown."
Baby skin is a flower petal
Dickens desribes the mob as a "living sea".
your heart is a black hole. your heart is the the sun.
the Tower was a shining arrow pointing at the heavens
This is not an example of metaphor, for instance.
she is as bright as the sun
The hungry child was a lion when he wanted something to eat.
This is not an idiom because you can figure out what it means if you define the terms. A metaphor is a comparison between two things. Someone is asking you to describe and compare things using a metaphor instead of being straight-forward.
A simile is a figure of speech in which the speaker uses "like" or "as" to describe something. For example: "She was as red as a rose." Or, "I am free like a butterfly." A metaphor is a figure of speech in which the speaker does not use "like" or "as" to describe something. For example: "He is a sneaky snake."
A metaphor is a figure of speech that uses a comparison to something else to describe a thing. Metaphors do not use the words "like" or "as". An example of a metaphor is "her sweater was made of clouds", because it describes the softness of the sweater, which is not literally made of clouds.
Our brains are our very own computers.
He was a bear. Using a visual picture to describe something or someone else.
The active child was a puppy in my eyes, for he never tired of playing.
What metaphor to use to describe how you feel when you are stuck in a traffic or caughtin crowed mrt?
a sardine in a tin ?
Wrapped up snug as an eskimo baby.
How does the author of Tuesday of the other June use metaphor and simile to describe her feelings about people?
by doing it fu
No that sounds impossible
all the boys wanna touch her junk.
not using the words 'like' 'as' to describe some one like : brianna is a beautiful butterfly
The melting pot is a metaphor for a heterogeneous society becoming more homogeneous, the different elements "melting together" into a harmonious whole with a common culture. It is particularly used to describe the assimilation of immigrants to the United States; the melting-together metaphor was in use by the 1780s.
The baby is a metaphor, representing something important for which the dreamer feels responsible. The dreamer is afraid of failing at this responsibility.
"... respectful affection for a fallen monument..."
yes, if the sentence uses "like" or "as" then it is a simile.
He is snoring louder than a bear. Resting quieter than a baby after she is fed.
a metaphor is figure of speech in which a word or phrase that ordinarily designates one thing is used to designate or describe another. For example: He was as dumb as a fencepost. Or She always acts as though she hadn't a brain in her head
A metaphor compares one thing to another. Make a list of everything you think of when you think of mud, first, so you know what qualities you are trying to compare. Then, find something that the quality compares to. One common metaphor for something that is hard to understand is "clear as mud."
It's a metaphor because it likens human parents to bird parents. Birds feather their nests in preparation for their young. The sentence compares humans getting ready for their baby to birds getting ready for their babies.
the poem Parachute by Lenrie Peters is an extended metaphor used by Peters to describe Trust.
The extended metaphor Brutus uses to describe how Caesar may act if he is crowned king is the ladder.... Caesar climbing the ladder of prosperity, he would reach the top. He may forget bout the people of Rome. He will look into the clouds and indulge in the wealth and fortune.
The lake was a calm gentle breeze. The calm baby was a volcano waiting to erupt with emotion.
The metaphor of a mockingbird is used to describe Boo. Boo would not deserve such injustice.