allegory - Dictionary definition and meaning for word allegory
A girl to be ALL+GORY in all characters is like a dream and can be only portrayed in story or play
Allegory might remind of the impressive presentation, examples and storyline of Al Gore's movie "An Inconvenient Truth" Remember Al Gore....
all+glory=glory written in symbols like egyptians or mughals
allegory is like story
allegory ~ all gory (fair color skin); all girls on this earth can be gory only in some story. It's not possible in reality.
alle-glory = relate glory to story
allegory = allege + glory; The glory of allege is always written in diary.
ALLEGORY<===> à¤°à¥‚à¤ªà¤•-à¤•à¤¥à¤¾ (pr. \\rupak-katha \\ )[Noun] Example:George Orwells `Animal Farm is a political allegory.
allegory sounds like allergy which is a reaction to an irritant; it "symbolizes" that our body is fighting the irritant