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What is the definition of hyperbole? A. the use of words that mean the same thing for emphasis or effect; for example, "Tell me only the real facts" B. the use of words in such a way that they say the opposite of what they mean, for emphasis or effect; for example, "clear as mud" C. the use of words to exaggerate something for emphasis or effect; for example, "We had to wait in line forever" D. the use of words in a way that makes something sound unimportant for emphasis or effect; for example, calling a large dent in a car door "just a scratch"

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    This should help you out. It is a form of over exaggeration .

  2. anonymous
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    definitely c

  3. anonymous
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    b is a simile d is a metaphor a doesnt make sense

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