Words and their meanings…..
Similes: A word such as “like” or “as” that relates to thoughts or ideas. Similes also allow two thoughts or ideas to stay distinct despite their similarities.
Alliteration: The repition of the same starting sound in several words of a sentence.
Hyperbole: A figure of speech which exaggeration for emphasis.
Idioms: A form of speech or expression of a provided language that is peculiar to it self grammatically or can not be understood from the individual meaning of its elements.
Metaphor: A figure of speech in which a phrase is applied to something in which it is not literally meant.
Onomatopoeia: The formation of a word imitating a sound associated with its picture, photo or drawing.
Personification: The contribution of a personal nature or character to inanimate objects or very abstract notions or movements.
Rhyming couplet: A couplet is a pair of verses. It typically consists of two lines that rhyme and have the similar sounds. It is often you may discover certain cultures have ornamental and decorative traditions associated with them.
Oxymoron: A figure of speech that combines two normally contradictory terms.