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30 March, 18:33

Symbolism is always literal never figurative

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  1. 30 March, 20:28
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    Most of us were taught that figuratively means something other than literal, and that literally means "actually" or "exactly." Somewhere along the line, literally began to be used as, well, figuratively, like this:

    But they're also going to create literally a tidal wave of data. (Washington Post)
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