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"To comprehend a nectar/requires sorest need" (from Emily Dickinson's "Success" The lines are ambiguous because _____. they rely on irony, they have more than one possible meaning, they are complex,
or none of these
they have more than one possible meaning
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User: "To comprehend a nectar/requires sorest need" (from Emily Dickinson's "Success" The lines are ambiguous because _____. they rely on irony, they have more than one possible meaning, they are complex, or none of these

Weegy: they have more than one possible meaning
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User: The simile is a comparison in which like or as is used. True or False

Weegy: TRUE
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