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"The willow is like an etching." Is an example of which literary term?
simile
"Fame is a bee." Is an example of which literary term?
metaphor
"The snow hushes and shushes." Is an example of which literary term?
onomatopoeia
"Wigs wilt in the window." Is an example of which literary term?
alliteration
"Let the rain kiss you." Is an example of which literary term?
personification
This literary term is used to describe the sentence, "Peace is flowing like a river."
simile
"My father is a bull." Is an example of which literary term?
metaphor
The literary term used to describe the sentence "The bee buzzes all around the garden."
onomatopoeia
"Silly singles sing in the sink." Is an example of which literary term?
alliteration
"A single star looked out of the sky." Is an example of which literary term?
personification
"The boys eyes were as bright as stars." Is an example of which literary term?
simile
"His grandfather is a grumpy bear." Is an example of which literary term?
metaphor
The lightening zaps electric current into the ground." Is an example of which literary term?
onomatopoeia
"Henry helps his hen lay eggs" Is an example of which literary term?
alliteration
"The wind sings its praises." Is an example of which literary term?
personification