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hii! so is this sentence a metaphor or a hyberbole?
The cloud was a thick blanket of ashes.
thanks!

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    If there is a comparison being made and the words "like" and "as" are NOT used, it's a metaphor.

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    OKAY THANKS!

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    You're welcome.

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