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Complete the analogy. merriment : celebration :: grief : A. fear B. mourning C. emotion D. sadness
The answer is D. sadness
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User: Which of the following is an object-to-function analogy? A. bin : closet :: can : barrel B. calculator : add :: net : snare C. guppy : ocean :: earthworm : earth D. lacking : incomplete :: inadequate : sufficient

User: Complete the analogy. merriment : celebration :: grief : A. fear B. mourning C. emotion D. sadness

Weegy: The answer is D. sadness
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User: plankton : drifts :: birds : fly What type of analogy is this? A. classification B. degrees of intensity C. object to function D. part to whole

Weegy: C. object to function
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User: damage : destroy :: dampen : deluge Deluge means A. to flood. B. to moisten. C. to create. D. to harm.

Weegy: D. to harm.
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User: What would an antonym analogy compare? A. concepts' characteristics B. similar concepts C. opposite concepts D. aspects of concepts

Weegy: An antonym means the opposite, and analogy means similarity. So an antonym analogy would try to find the opposite concepts. So your answer is C. Opposite Concepts.
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User: scarce : copious :: vacant : occupied The word copious means A. empty. B. plentiful. C. rare. D. lived in.

Weegy: The answer is B. plentiful
alfred123|Points 504|

User: medium : average :: regular : normal What kind of analogy is this? A. synonyms B. part to whole C. degrees of intensity D. cause to effect

Weegy: A. synonyms
Expert answered|tjdcet|Points 81|



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