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the word fizz is an example of a. onomatopoeia b. diction c. cliche d. asspnance
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User: by the fall of 1940 germany controlled how much of western europe a. very little b. almost all c. about half d. none

User: the word fizz is an example of a. onomatopoeia b. diction c. cliche d. asspnance

Weegy: Antithesis (Greek for "setting opposite", from ???? "against" + ????? "position") is a counter-proposition and denotes a direct contrast to the original proposition. [ [ In setting the opposite, an individual brings out a contrast in the meaning (e.g., the definition, interpretation, or semantics) by an obvious contrast in the expression. ] ]
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