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Metaphors are words or phrases that normally describe one thing being used to describe something else to imply a similarity. Ex. A blanket of snow. Snow isn't a blanket, but is somewhat like one. Not to be confused with simile, which is a direct (rather than implied) comparison. Ex. Watching baseball is like watching paint dry but without all the excitement.
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