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Which phrase best defines “imagery”?

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  1. Projects
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    Well let see, do you know the definition of imagery?

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    "Imagery is anything that creates a vivid picture in one's mind. By describing something using figurative language and description, you create imagery, whether it is in something you're saying, writing, or thinking. Imagery makes any ordinary image better, or at least more able to be imagined by your audience. For example, the sentence, "the chair was in the corner" doesn't create much of a picture. It's boring and easily forgotten. However, if you were to embellish this image using imagery, the sentence could become something like, "the lonely chair slouched in the corner, its original deep burgundy color now a faded reddish mud." Imagery makes any ordinary image come to life." Source: Wiki Answers Hope this helps!

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