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Simile vs Metaphor

Simile vs Metaphor
Both Simile and Metaphor are two different ways to make comparisons, however, the manner they do it in differs. The primary difference between their comparisons is that while metaphor correlates two unrelated...

Tangible vs Intangible

Tangible vs Intangible
Tangible refers to things that can be seen and touched. These are most of the things that exist around us. Intangible, on the other hand, refers to things that may or may not be seen, but they definitely...

Procession vs Parade vs Rally

Procession vs Parade vs Rally
A procession refers to a number of people getting together and walking or moving ahead in an ordered manner. A parade is like a moving party, it is a celebration of a special day or event. A rally is usually...

Murder vs Assassination

Murder vs Assassination
Murder is the killing of one human being by another. It is usually done for personal reason such as love, anger, or greed. An assassination is the murder of an important person which is conducted for political...

Triumph vs Victory

Triumph vs Victory
Both the terms Triumph and Victory have a similar meaning, i.e. winning. The term ‘victory’ implies a win in some sort of a direct competition, such as a battle or a contest of some sorts. Whereas, in the...

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