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Permissible Mixed Metaphors

Permissible Mixed Metaphors

Permissible mixed metaphors are mixed metaphors that do not conflict with each other because they

  • serve the same purpose, and
  • exhibit a correlation with each other.
Page/s: 92, 95–96
Source: Lakoff, G. and Johnson 1980

Lakoff, George, and Mark Johnson. 1980.Metaphors we live by. Chicago: University of Chicago.

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