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Generally, a metaphor sounds stronger than a simile.

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For example: His eyes were two stars.

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The girl became a butterfly In this metaphor a girl is compared to a butterfly.

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Examples of Simile in Literature Writers use simile to add color and feeling to their writing and to allow readers to see something in a new way through the comparison that the simile creates.
In Sonnet 97, the narrator compares his separation from his beloved to a barren winter, even though the couple was actually separated during the summer.
As a curiosity, this metaphor is also an oxymoron, that is, a phrase that is complemented by something that is contradictory when there is sun it is not night, night is the absence of the Sun.

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    Following are some more examples of similes regularly used in writing: You were as brave as a lion. They fought like cats and dogs. He is as funny as a barrel of monkeys. This house is as clean as a whistle. He is as strong as an ox. Your explanation is as clear as mud. Watching the show was like watching grass grow.
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    Examples of Similes: 1. He runs like a horse. 2. He eats like a pig. 3. Her dancing was a smooth as a flowing river. 4. She was as cool as a cucumber under pressure. 5. I turned as white as a ghost when you jumped out at me. 6. That little girl is as sweet as sugar. 7. This math problem is as easy as pie. 8. The child chattered like a magpie. 9.
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    A simile is a figure of speech used to compare two objects or concepts with one another using the words “like” or “as”. The objects are usually dissimilar enough that the comparison is surprising. For example, look at this sentence: She swaddled the baby until he was as snug as a bug in a rug is a simile.
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    Examples of Similes in Literature. 1. From Shakespeare'sRomeo and Juliet: Her beauty hangs upon the cheek of night,Like a rich jewel in an Ethiop's ear. 2. In William Wordsworth's I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud: I wandered lonely as a cloud that floats on high o'er vales and hills. 3.
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    Simile (SIH-muh-lee) is a figure of speech that directly compares two dissimilar things. Similes are most commonly signaled by the words like or as. The term, which originated in the 14th century, stems from the Latin similis, meaning “similar” or “like.”. Figures of speech like simile are examples of figurative language, which uses.
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