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There's no need to fear! Synecdochical Geezer is here!
Help! Help! My Paper is dull!
It's time to implement some synecdoche into this kid's paper.
Synecdoche is used all the time in the real world, for instance songs and literature. Thats all for me you also don't have to call me Synecdochial Geezer just call me Geezer see what I did there.
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The definition of a Synecdoche is making a part of something represent the whole of something and vise versa.
An example of synecdoche is from the moive Grease, in the second scene Keneckie talks about getting a car. He says "Yeah! Working! I'm saving up to get to me some wheels." He says wheels which is part of a car but in saying that he is referring to getting a car.
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