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“Her coffee-and-cream neck” is an example of what type of figurative language?

personification
symbol
simile
metaphor

  • GrammAr -

    I'll be glad to check your answer.

  • Grammar -

    ok i think its a simile

  • GrammAr -

    But a simile must use "like" or "as." This cannot be a simile.

  • GrammAr -

    Did you even bother to look up terms at the answers.com link I gave you?

  • Grammar -

    can you help i don't know the answer

  • GrammAr -

    What better help is there than encouraging you to use a dictionary??

    You certainly don't want someone giving you the answer, do you??

  • Grammar -

    I would say its a metaphor... Why well because the figure of speech is relating to an object as in her coffe, and cream neck. AM i right?

  • Grammar -

    hello?? am i right?

  • Grammar -

    I need help on the same question.Can someone help,plz??I know it can't be a simile because it has it have 'like' or 'as' in the sentence and it don't.That pretty much all I know.someone plz help me.

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    i think it may be metaphor

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    It is a metaphor I just did that quick check :D

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