➠ TROPE - 5 Letters : Crossword Clue

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  • - The irony is, acting company is missing you, it's said?
  • - The irony is, spectator is missing cast
  • - What 4 Down is.
  • - Figurative expression is right in excellent English
  • - Figure of speech from Hamlet's closing line
  • - Familiar cliché in storytelling, like 'the love triangle' or 'the girl next door'
  • - Theme from middle of Vertigo, a Hitchcock film
  • - Common motif
  • - Familiar theme
  • - Busy businesswoman in a rom-com, e.g.
  • - Recurring idea used in intro, perfect
  • - Evil clown in a horror film, e.g.
  • - The girl next door, for one
  • - Movie cliche
  • - Time line an expression used figuratively
  • - Meet-cute in a rom-com, e.g.
  • - Amnesia in soap operas, e.g.
  • - Recurring cultural theme
  • - convention of dramatists
  • - Common theme
  • - Word employed in a figurative sense
  • - Characters saying 'you'd better come see this,' e.g
  • - Word or expression used in a figurative way
  • - Jump scare, for one, in horror movies
  • - Perhaps Rio brought up Ferguson's second figure of speech
  • - Poet laboured over right figure of speech
  • - Cinematic convention
  • - Irony, say
  • - Artistic device
  • - Irony or hyperbole
  • - Figurative use of a word
  • - Motif left over at end of page
  • - Overused theme
  • - Use of a word as an expression
  • - Figurative use of a word, metaphor
  • - Literary figure of speech
  • - Figure of speech used by reporter in write-up
  • - Metaphor or irony, e.g.
  • - Hyperbole, e.g.
  • - Metaphor, for one
  • - Figurative device
  • - Metonymy or synecdoche, e.g.
  • - Word used as an expression
  • - Irony, e.g.
  • - Rhetorical device
  • - Metaphor, literarily
  • - Irony, for example
  • - Rhetoric device
  • - Simile, e.g.
  • - Synecdoche, e.g.
  • - Simile or metaphor
  • - Metaphor or simile.
  • - Topical head.
  • - Metaphor.
  • - Turning: Comb. form.
  • - Figurative language in general.
  • - Figurative use of words.
  • - Use of a word in a figurative sense.
  • - Metaphor or irony.
  • - A figure of speech.
  • - Figure of speech, as irony.
  • - Figure of speech: in rhetoric.
  • - Figure of speech, such as irony.
  • - Topical heading.
  • - Figure of speech-irony.
  • - Recurring theme
  • - Recurrent theme
  • - Metaphor, e.g
  • - Writer's device
  • - Cliche
  • - Figurative language
  • - Irony
  • - Literary device
  • - Motif
  • - Figure of speech
  • - Figurative expression
  • - Figure of speech; toper (anag.)
  • - Figure of speech from English harbour recalled
  • - Left to head north then east in sort of metaphor?
  • - Recurring theme in pupil's assessment overturned without resistance
  • - Figure of speech used by disturbed poet embracing king
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