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    allegory - Dictionary definition and meaning for word allegory

    (noun) a short moral story (often with animal characters)
    Synonyms : apologue , fable , parable
    (noun) a visible symbol representing an abstract idea
    Synonyms : emblem
    (noun) an expressive style that uses fictional characters and events to describe some subject by suggestive resemblances; an extended metaphor
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for allegory

A girl to be ALL+GORY in all characters is like a dream and can be only portrayed in story or play

'All''Eg'yptians use pict'ory' [in pyramids symbols such as eagle,bird etc. were used to represent words]

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

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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<===> रूपक-कथा (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

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