#1
is “the ice cracked and growled


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#7
Cracked would be an onomatopoeia. Growled, I think, would be personification. The ice is doing something an animal (human by definition) might do.

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#8
what about What figure of speech is “The furrow followed free”?
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my penis is like 6 inches. i measured with a measuring tape and accidentally let it go, so i have cuts down the side.

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#10
It's not a figure of speech, and its not personification. Its imagery.

The word crack is an onomatopoeia though.

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Alliteration.
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