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Figure of speech: Speech Therapy

Hyperbole

"My heart jumps to my throat then explodes there."


Hyperbole: Exaggerated statement or claim not meant to be taken literally.

Metaphor

" We are in a room that actually is not a room. White sterile blankets and pale pink buckets.It's what I would imagine the inside of a circus tent to look like."


Metaphor: Implies a hidden comparison between two different objects or things.

Idiom

" Not enough to really hurt her, but Andrea was a whiner, and she moaned like she was dying."


Idiom: The figurative meaning is different from the literal meaning.

Simile

"My freckles stand out like chocolate stains on a white cloth napkin."


Simile: Using like or as to make a comparison between to things.