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Sensory Details 🟪 Sensory details are details that help a reader see, feel, smell, taste, or hear a subject.

Wind rattled the leaves, releasing a bright red cascade around me. The fallen leaves crunched with every step.

  • Try this: Use your senses to find words that will add sound, feeling, and color to your writing.

Simile 🟪 A simile is a figure of speech that compares two things using the word like or as.

His eyebrows bunched up like a raven about to take off.

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