Analogy is a figure of speech of comparison that says one idea is similar to another idea, and then goes on to explain it. They’re often used by writers and speakers to explain a complex idea in terms of another idea that is simpler and more popularly known.
Without further ado, here are the analogies:
1. What Colorado is in the canyon, Jack is in exams. Both run through the stretch quickly.
2. Ever had gum stuck on your hair. Icky, isn’t it. That’s what sight of a centipede or an earthworm does to me.
3. When the leak in the pipe was repaired, I was surprised at the high flow of water. It meant that the pipe was leaking for months and got detected only when it burst, stopping the flow completely. In much the same way, bad habits creep into our lives almost imperceptibly, with us hardly noticing it till they culminate in a mishap.
4. While their mother was away, the two leopard cubs escaped wild dogs by remaining standstill, camouflaging perfectly