100 Pretty WordsOur semantics resource gives you insights into the meaning of words and tips and tricks to make your words shine.

Learning about semantics can enhance your understanding of the English language and give insight into how words convey meaning.

Our semantics articles explain the differences between similar words that some people might find confusing, like our guide Novella vs. Novel: What’s the Difference?

We’ve got plenty of guides on the meaning of words like “What does exasperated mean?” and our soliloquy definition. We also have round-ups of different types of words to use in your writing that can be helpful for descriptive pieces and poetry, like our list of magical words.

Simile vs Metaphor

Simile Vs. Metaphor: What’s The Difference?

This articles compares simile vs. metaphor and explains how and when to use both. Each is a figurative language strategy English language writers use to enhance their messages. Similes and metaphors make comparisons between two different things. When writers explore similar qualities, or traits, of two different things, such as a person and an animal …

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Allegory Vs Metaphor

Allegory Vs Metaphor: What’s The Difference?

Both allegory vs metaphor compares two unrelated ideas to make your writing more impactful. Here is a closer look at what each one is and how to use them. Figurative language tools can make writing more engaging and impactful. They can help the reader picture more vividly what the writer is saying. Allegories and metaphors …

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