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What are figures of speech and their examples?

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it a word or phrase that describes one thing in terms of another and is not meant to beunderstood literally true.Ex.1 moon walk and smile to me. (personification) Ex.2 the cat dark as night. (simile) accumulation: Summarization of previous arguments
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