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A simile is a type of figurative language where you are able to compare two or more things using the words like or as.
A simile is part of figurative language where you are comparing something using like or as.
Her eyes are as blue as the ocean
He runs like the wind
Well, a simile is a form of figurative language like metaphors and personification.
A similie is a comparison of two objects or ideas, by using the words, 'like' or 'as'.
Some examples I thought of could include, "He was as slow as a snail" or "He walks like a flamingo".
Simile means when you compare something using like or as.
For example: As wise as an owl; He acts like an animal
Simile is a kind of comparison between two unlike objects and it is made by using the words like and as.
He is as brave as a lion.
He carrie load like a donkey.
This simile is used for figurative language and it is the used by poets with great technique in their work.
It is a comparison using like or as example I am as tall as a building.
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