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Poems tend to make things more _____. emotionally significant complex intellectual
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Denotation is ______. the associations that go with a word the dictionary definition of a word objective subjective
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Denotation is the dictionary definition of a word.
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Oscar Wilde's "To My Wife" makes an unexpected association between poems and raindrops. True False
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If a poet writes, "The wind laughed through the trees," he is using personification. TRUE.
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If a poet writes, "The wind laughed through the trees," he is using personification. True False
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''Fresh as a daisy" is an example of a cliché. True False
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Sneer can be associated with a negative connotation. It is an expression of disgust, which involves a slight raising of the corner of the lip.
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''Fresh as a daisy" is an example of a cliché. This is a true statement because it is considered to be an Idiom which is an expression, word, or phrase that has a figurative meaning that is comprehended in regard to a common use of that expression that is separate from the literal meaning or definition of the words of which it is made.
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