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He killed me at Scrabble...
a) understatement b) diction/hyperbole c) simile d) metaphor
I used a kind of water gun...
a) foreshadowing b) flashback c) personification d) smile
So many people were shut up inside themselves like boxes..
a) personification b) metaphor c) oxymoron d) simile
Millicent sipped her cold, sweet drink slowly...
a) personification b) simile c) hyperbole d) imagery
...sheathed over in a gleam of pebbles skin like the mail of a terrible warrior..
a) a simile b) metaphor c) hyperbole d) personification
Remember that. Alexander, Caesar, Napoleon, Hitler...none of them exists...
a) hyperbole b) personification c) allusion d) metaphor
the line the silence was soft with cobwebs... is a
a) metaphor b) simile c) personification d) oxymoron
The Tip Top Lodge was NOT in good shape...this is an example of
a) symbolism b) oxymoron c) situational irony d) simile
They leaped like deer on the moon.
a) hyperbole b) metaphor c) simile d) personification
I was a coward. I went to war.
a) verbal irony b) dramatic irony c) situational irony d) hyperbole
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