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SPELLING/VOCABULARY

Author: TYLER TALLEY
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THE REPETITION OF VOWEL SOUNDS.
AN EXTENDED NARRATIVE IN PROSE OR VERSE IN WHICH CHARACTERS, EVENTS, AND SETTINGS REPRESENT ABSTRACT QUALITIES AND IN WHICH THE WRITER INTENDS A SECOND MEANINGTO BE READ BENEATH THE SURFACE OF THE STORY.
DISCRIPTIVE WRITING THAT GREATLY EXAGGERATES A SPECIFIC FEATURE OF A PERSON'S APPERANCE OF A FACET OF PERSONALITY.
A WORD, PHRASE, OR CLAUSE TEFERRED TO BY A PRONOUN.
HARSH, AWLWARD, OR DISSONANT SOUNDS USED DELIBERATELY IN POETRY OR PROSE.
THE REPETITION OF CONSONANT SOUNDS AT THE BEGINNING OF WORDS.
IS THE REPETITION OF A WORD OR PHRASE AT THE BEGINNING OF EVERY CLAUSE.
USUALLY IN POETRY BUT SOMETIMES IN PROSE.
THE DELIBERETE OMISSION OF CONJUNCTIONS IN SENTENCE CONSTRUCTIONS IN WHICH THEY WOULD NORMALLY BE USED.
A SHORT, OFTEN WITTY STATEMENT OF A PRINCIPLE OR A TRUTH ABOUT LIFE: " EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM."
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CLAIM ARGUABLE OPINIONS STATED AS FACTS.
A MORE DEVELOPED SIMILE.
LANGUAGE THAT DESCRIBES CONCEPTS RATHER THAN CONCRETE IMAGES .
A SUPPOSED "FACT" THAT IS NEVER ACTUALLY PROVEN.
EXPLANATORY NOTES ADDED TO A TEXT TO EXPLAIN, SITE SOURCES, OR GIVE BIOGRAPHICAL DATA.
THE PRESENTATION OF TWO CONTRASTING IMAGES.
A SHORT, SIMPLE NARRATIVE OF AN INCIDENT; OFTEN USED FOR HUMOROUS EFFECT OR TO MAKE A POINT.
INDIRECT REFERENCES TO WORKS, EVENTS, OR FIGURES THAT THE AUTHER ASSUMES THE READER IS FAMILIAR WITH.