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Humoristic criticism of society
use of long and obscure words
Comparison between two things using like or as
Alteration of cliché or phrasal template
how information is presented
Saying that something is the best of something or has the most of some quality, e.g. the ugliest, the most precious etc.
The use of a word in its figurative and literal sense at the same time or a single word used in relation to two other parts of a sentence although the word grammatically or logical
(condescension, accommodation): adaptation of style to the level of the audience
A concession made for the purpose of retorting with greater force.
Form of metonymy, referring to a part by its whole, or a whole by its part
Description of one kind of sense impression by using words that normally describe another.

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