With which word does Thoreau use to create a metaphor in this sentence?
none of the above.
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A sentence using the word metaphor is below: When the stadium roof collapsed in a snowstorm, it was a metaphor for the team's whole losing season. Sentences containing… examples of metaphors are below: Due to the construction project ahead , traffic has the speed of molasses . Her face was beet red with embarrassment. The surgeon worked through the procedure with razor sharp precision .
I say the word metaphor.
means that you have both (like or As) in a sentence.
Here is a sentence that uses the word metaphor. There are variousmetaphors used in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
he was acting like a donkey for such bad behavior
The man was a gargoyle, his angry face looming down from the roof.. The man was a gargoyle, his angry face looming down from the roof.. The man was a gargoyle, his angry fac…e looming down from the roof.
Example of a metaphor by using the word star:. The prestigious shine of the new jet black BMW was the shine of the luminous and radiant glows cast upon the universe's plethor…a of telescopic lenses by the Milky Way's myriad of stars.. This sentence is basically saying that the new BMW stands out like the glorious light from the Milky Way's stars..
Here are some examples: . Though it began as a metaphor, the term Holocaust is nowassociated indelibly with Nazi death camps. . The collapsing bridge was a metaphor for the… crumbling citygovernment. . I called him a clown, and I thought I was using a metaphoruntil I saw him in the circus. . There is a famous Metaphor. "Never ever back down."
Thoreau is using a pun in this sentence.
A metaphor is a figure of speech that describes a subject bycomparing it with a seemingly unrelated object. The night sky wasas dark as a velvet blanket strewn with emeralds i…s an example of ametaphor.
The light of the intelligence. The springtime of life. The groaning of the breeze.
Transcendentalism. Love for nature, self-reliance.
All the world's a painting, where men and women are the paint; in Gods masterpiece.
The rain fell down like a tun of bricks\n