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What figure of speech is present here? The trees of the forest sympathetically watched over the lost child. 

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Asked by Aceman_, Last updated: Sep 27, 2020

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aliah miles

aliah miles

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Aliah miles

Answered Nov 28, 2018

It's personification trees don't have eyes, 'human-like trait', so they cant watch the lost child sympathetically. this is so misleading. get your facts straight.

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Opeyemi

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Opeyemi

Answered Jul 20, 2020

Personification is the answer to the question

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jperrin

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Jperrin

Answered Oct 29, 2019

It should be personification.

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aceman_1995

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Answered Aug 19, 2018

Simile
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