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Figurative Language of "Roar" by Katy Perry

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Transcript of Figurative Language of "Roar" by Katy Perry

Figurative Language of "Roar" by Katy Perry
Simile
"Like thunder gonna shake the ground"
"Now I'm floating like a butterfly"
"Stinging like a be I earned my stripes"
These are examples of similes because they use LIKE.
Alliteration

"Louder, louder than a lion"
This is Alliteration because it repeats the L.
Hyperbole
"I stood for nothing, so I fell for everything"
"I let you push me past the breaking point"
"Scared to rock the boat and make a mess"
"You held me down, but I got up"
This is a hyperbole because it isn't literal.
Symbolism
"I let you push me past the breaking point"
"I used to bite my tongue and hold my breath"
These symbolize stress.
Metaphor
"I went from zero to my own hero"
This is a metaphor because it's comparing two things without using like or as.
Idiom
"Dancing through the fire"
This is an idiom because it can't be taken for what the words actually mean.
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