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6. In an implied metaphor, the comparison is
a. made through the use of verb such as is
b. not very flexible or suggestive
c. suggested rather than stated directly
d. made by the insertion of colorful adjectives
C

Thanks
-MC

  • Literature -

    yes.

    When a beautiful woman passes by, an observant man questions "Isn't that a doll?"

    Then the woman in an aside whispers "Isn't that a pig?"

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    Yup... that works well.

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    Thanks guys
    -MC

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