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Stylistic Devices

Onomatopoeia

What is Onomatopoeia Figures of Speech English Language

What is Onomatopoeia? क्या आप जानते है onomatopoeia Kya hai? अगर नहीं तो में अपको बताऊंगा? वीडियो बहुत ही interesting होने वाली है इसलिए वीडियो को अभी के अभी like करें. What is Onomatopoeia? तो दोस्तों सबसे पहले तो इसको pronounce कैसे करना है ये सीखते है. इसकी स्पेलिंग को अगर आप देखे तो आप …

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Figures of Speech – Zeugma and Syllepsis

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Figures of Speech – Zeugma and Syllepsis Figures of Speech: Zeugma and Syllepsis – Examples and Key Points Figures of speech are powerful linguistic tools that add depth, creativity, and complexity to language. Two such intriguing figures of speech are Zeugma and Syllepsis. In this blog, we will explore these two rhetorical devices, providing examples …

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Stylistic Devices: Understatement

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Stylistic Devices: Understatement What is Understatement? Understatement is a figure of speech used by writers or speakers to deliberately make a situation seem less important or serious than it really is. Examples of understatement “It stings a bit” – a soldier describing the pain he feels after he has just lost his leg. “It has rained …

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Stylistic devices: Tautology

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Stylistic devices: Tautology What is Tautology? Tautology is a statement that says the same thing twice in different ways or a statement that is unconditionally true by the way it is phrased. Examples of tautology Forward planning. It’s a free gift. The mobile phone is a new innovation. In my point of view, it is …

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Stylistic devices: Synecdoche

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Stylistic devices: Synecdoche What is a synecdoche? Synecdoche is a figure of speech in which a part of something is used to represent the whole or the whole of something is used to represent part of it. It is considered to be a special kind of metonymy. Types and examples of synecdoche Part of something is …

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Stylistic Devices: Simile

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Stylistic Devices: Simile What is a simile? A simile is a figure of speech comparing two unlike things, often introduced with the word “like” or “as”. It takes the form of: X is (not) like Y X is (not) as Y X is (not) similar to Y Examples of simile: He fights like a lion. He swims as fast as a fish. He …

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Figures of Speech – Metonymy

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Figures of Speech – Metonymy What is metonymy? Metonymy is a figure of speech in which a thing or concept is not called by its own name, but by the name of something intimately associated with that thing or concept. Examples: Here are some examples of metonymy: Crown. (For the power of a king.) The White …

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Stylistic Devices – Metaphor

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Hello everyone, welcome back to our blog. Today we are going to talk about a very interesting topic, which is Metaphor. A metaphor is a way of comparing two things in a sentence without using the words like or as. It is a powerful way of communication that can add depth and meaning to our …

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Figures of Speech – Merism

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Figures of Speech – Merism What is merism? Merism is a figure of speech by which something is referred to by a conventional phrase that enumerates several of its constituents or traits. Examples of merism: Hook, line, and sinker. (To swallow something hook, line, and sinker means to swallow it completely.) High and low. (To search high and low means …

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Stylistic Devices – Personification

36 Figures of Speech Types Simile Metaphor Etc With Examples

Stylistic Devices – Personification Personification What is Personification? Personification is a figure of speech in which human characteristics are attributed to an abstract quality, animal, or inanimate object. Examples Notice the use of personification in William Blake’s poem below: Two Sunflowers Move in the Yellow Room. “Ah, William, we’re weary of weather,” said the sunflowers, shining …

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