A comparison between two unlike things using like, as, or than
What is not a simile?
Just because the word “like” or “as” is present does not always mean a comparison is happening.“Than” is different from “then”. “Then” shows sequence; “than” shows comparison.
A comparison between two unlike things where is is said one thing IS something else
Giving human-like qualities to non-human creatures or objects
An extreme exaggeration, usually used for humor
A word that is a sound. It is auditory imagery(auditory means sound).
(Like BOOM or CRACK)
The repetition of consonant sounds (not vowels) in a phrase
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers
When two opposing or conflicting ideas are presented together.
Like Living Dead