A Comparison Of 2 Things By Using The Words ''As'' Or ''Like''.
Lily: I'm As Hungry As A Bear.
Mom: What Do You Mean?
Lily: It's A Simile.
Mom: Oh...
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When a person gives you such an annoying grin you just want to punch them in the face.

A definition your teacher will rage at.
He has a simile
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A writer's effect that uses "like" or "as" to describe a similarity between two things. Taught in the English subject.
Hannah dived like a dolphin into the pool (a simile compares Hannah's similarity to a dolphin)
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Comparing two things using light or as
The book is as light as a feather

The simile is light as a feather
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Excesive use of the word "Like" in conversation. (Eg. "It was like, so totally like awesome, like ya' know?")
Dude, widen your vocabulary, you're thowin' down too many similes.
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a rhetorical figure expressing comparison or likeness, by use of such words as like, as, so
Her eyes were as pretty as diamonds;
The sand was hot like fire

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"That couple are so similar, yet different. They are totally similent."
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