Examples of Connotative and Denotative Words?

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A denotative word is when the word has a literal meaning. A connotative word is more of a suggestive word that can mean several things. Some examples of denotative words are angry, attractive, house, mute, unattractive, insect, slender, hungry, and untidy. Some examples of connotative words are ugly, livid, spider, jalopy, dumb, home, slovenly, and skinny. There are many online sites that have several lists of both connotative and denotative words to help students study for school.
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A denotative word is when the word has a literal meaning. A connotative word is more of a suggestive word that can mean several things. Some examples of denotative ...
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