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To which senses do the images of sweet, cold plums appeal in “This is Just to Say”? A. smell and sight B. taste and touch C. sound and touch D. sound and smell
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User: To which senses do the images of sweet, cold plums appeal in “This is Just to Say”? A. smell and sight B. taste and touch C. sound and touch D. sound and smell

Weegy: The senses do the images of sweet, cold plums appeal in ?This is Just to Say? are C. sound and touch.
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The images of sweet, cold plums in “This is Just to Say” appeal to such senses as taste and touch.
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