Question: Whats figurative language mean?

Figurative language is when you describe something by comparing it to something else. The words or phrases that are used dont have a literal meaning. It uses metaphors, allusions, similes, hyperboles and other examples to help describe the object you are talking about.

What figurative language means?

Figurative language creates comparisons by linking the senses and the concrete to abstract ideas. Words or phrases are used in a non-literal way for particular effect, for example simile, metaphor, personification.

Which is the best definition of personification?

1 : attribution of personal qualities especially : representation of a thing or abstraction as a person or by the human form. 2 : a divinity or imaginary being representing a thing or abstraction.

What is an example of a simile sentence?

Many commonly used expressions (idioms) are similes. For example, when someone says He is as busy as a bee, it means he is working hard, as bees are known to be extremely busy. If someone says I am as snug as a bug in a rug, they mean that they feel very comfortable and cozy or are tucked up tight in bed.

What is a simple definition of personification?

1 : attribution of personal qualities especially : representation of a thing or abstraction as a person or by the human form. 2 : a divinity or imaginary being representing a thing or abstraction. 3 : embodiment, incarnation.

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