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Human Factors Guide: Figurative Language


Whenever you describe something by comparing it with another person, object, or idea, you are by definition employing the use of figurative language. Figurative language goes beyond a word’s literal meaning in order to reinvent that word or phrase within a fresh, innovative context. Similes, metaphors, personifications, and alliteration are quintessential examples of figurative language.

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