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Bust your writer's block, and create new metaphors by playing the word association game. To begin, type a word or phrase in the box below, and hit enter. To quickly find associations for your own text, highlight a word or phrase in it, and use the toolbox popup

*The associator learns contextual word associations from real literature, so it may return offensive results.*
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It
*is said* that one day, passive voice will bringto your prose

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The boxer
*decked* his opponent

The critic's scathing review
*hit the nail on the head*

Bad:
Her dress
*was long*, and it touched the floor

Good:
Her long dress touched the floor

Hot peppers burn my
*but Ithem anyway*. *Since burritos taste good*, I like tothem

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