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This type of imagery is use address to our taste buds. This way the writer is capable of making us taste the food he or she is describing in the story.
The author describes the object using the sense of smell. What type of imagery is this?
The sickly-sweet armoa of night-blooming jasmine was inescapable.
What type of imagery is this?
Which of the following sets of words deal mostly with the sense of taste?
Which of the following sets of words deal mostly with the sense of smell?
Which of these is an example of smell?
Which of these is not an example of taste?
Which sense does this describe?
One bite of the sour lemon caused my lips to pucker.
Which of the following describes the sense of smell?
A writer describes the smell of a forest fire. Which of the following would be a good sensory detail to include?