Literary Devices (similes)


What are Similes? 

A simile is a type of figurative language that describes something by comparing it to something else with the words as or like.
for example:

As brave as a lion

We all know that a lion is a symbol of bravery and if someone is brave courageous or bold he/she is compared with a lion.
A few more examples:
As easy as ABC,
As good as gold,
As cold as ice,
As old as the hills,
As playful as a kitten.

She moved like a dear.

It means that she walks elegantly.

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