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Something that stands for something else in addition to its own identity is: a. an image, b. a sound effect, c. a caesura, d. a symbol
Something that stands for something else in addition to its own identity is a symbol.
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User: Something that stands for something else in addition to its own identity is: a. an image, b. a sound effect, c. a caesura, d. a symbol

Weegy: a caesura
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Something that stands for something else in addition to its own identity is a symbol.
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