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“[H]er coffee-and-cream neck” is an example of what type of figurative language?
A. personification
B. symbol
C. simile
D.metaphor
I think it is D...?

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    I think too but I'm not sure

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    Yes, metaphor.

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    Thank you...

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    METAPHOR

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