Difficult Difficult as a Greek puzzle. Hard Adjective Hard as a brick. Hearts found as any bell or roach Are fmit, and figh like me. As blind as a bat. I pretty much talk like this all the time.
Anonymous Difficult as to pin a medal on a shadow. The wrestler was strong like a bull. We are challenged to come up with new comparisons no one has heard before. Robert Edgren As difficult as to preserve your purse at a gaming-table or your health at a bawdy house. There is a separate thread for that elsewhere. Anonymous As hard as horn. She screamed louder than … a siren on a police car.
Like a ftuck pig I gaping ftare, And eye her o'er and o'er ; Lean as a rake with fighs and care, Sleek as a moufe before. Then back that up with some data and facts. Example 7: Will There Really Be a Morning? As foft as pap her kiffes are ; Methinks I tafte them yet ; Brown as a berry is her hair, Her eyes as black as jet. Using similes attracts attention, and appeals directly to the senses of listeners or readers, encouraging their imaginations to understand what is being communicated. He was laughing like a hyena. Helen Green Hard as a barren stepmothers slap. Brifk as a body-loufe fhe trips, Clean as a penny dreft ; Sweet as a rofe her breath and lips, Round as the globe her breaft.
From then on, discuss his similes. The puddle seemed as big as the ocean. The sinister man cackled like a hyena in the night. Grandma is as busy as a queen bee in her hive. The god of love at her approach Is bufy as a bee! Authors and poets utilize simile to convey their sentiments and thoughts through vivid word pictures. My paffion is as muftard ftrong; I fit all fober fad, Drunk as a piper all day long, Or like a March hare mad.
They do not test herding rats with a blowdryer. They are as alike as two peas in a pod. Thank you for this thought-provoking post! Her blood was the color of an apple. She was as cohesive as a parasite, never letting go, never going away. Wait—no self-respecting writer would use those. As fine as fivepence is her mien; No drum was ever tighter ; Her glance is as the razor keen, And not the Sun is brighter.
She was tall like a giraffe. As fmooth as glafs, as white as curds, Her pretty hand invites : Sharp as a needle are her words ; Her wit like pepper bites. Life is as eventful as a journey. Can be used whenever you wanna tease or tool on someone. His eyes glazed over like the jelly on a jellied eel My stomach is growling like a bear. Please let me know which ones you like the most! Vincent Stuckey Lean Collectanea Hard as iron.
Emilia: Thou are rash as fire, To say that she was false: O she was heavenly true. The often nonsensical aspect of similes make them a fun way to get kids excited about reading and writing. She is as sweet as a peach. If I and Molly could agree, Let who would take Peru! Morgan's eyes shone like stars. My friend's laugh sounded like a witches cackle. That kind of discussion and modeling will help, but reteach similes before you start honing them. Do you know the difference? In this there are who similes.
John was as fast as a cheetah. Arthur Jerome Eddy Difficult to grasp as the small end of a hard boiled egg. Robert Burton Hard as adamant. Like a newly hatched chick, the infant stared at her proud parents. Hard is her heart as flint or flone; She laughs to fee me pale, And merry as a grig is grown, And brifk as bottled ale. Her heart beat like a drum as she drew her love closer.