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Figurative Language

Julia Sidorsky

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Across
3.A detailed description observed using one or more senses
7.When a set of words begins with the same sound or letters two or more times
9.Somparison of two unalike things using like or as
10.Giving a nonhuman or an inanimate object human characteristics
11.Sound words
12.When two seemingly contradictory words are used together
Down
1.Opposite of what was supposed to happen (2 Words)
2.When the actual meaning differs from what is being said; Sarcasm (2 Words)
4.A set of words with more than one meaning behind them
5.Comparison of two unalike things not using like or as
6.The reader knows something that one or more characters do not know (2 Words)
8.Greatly exaggerated

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