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I need to identify the figure of speech in this saying:"thy mind is an opal." I think it is a metaphor. Am I correct?

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    Yes - that's a metaphor. Good!

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    I need to identify the figure of speech in this saying "good mistress accost, I desire better acquaintance" I think it's a pun am I right?

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    Good mistress is an example of a malapropism not a pun

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