Examples of rain metaphors include "pouring rain," "rain washed light," "rain dancing across the meadow" and "rain soaked skin." A metaphor is a figure of speech using words in ways that are not literal. For example, rain doesn't literally pour from the sky, wash light, dance or soak through skin.Know More
Rain is also used in similes such as "the rain is hitting the ground like thousands of horse hooves." The difference between a metaphor and a simile is that similes use "like" or "as" when creating their comparisons.
Rain is also used in idioms such as "it is raining cats and dogs."Learn more about Symbolism
An example of a metaphor in "The Odyssey" is when Homer describes the rising sun as "rosy-fingered" on the maiden day of the voyage. "The Odyssey" contains quite a few examples of metaphors.Full Answer >
"Heavy Rain" was unique in the gaming world, but "LA Noire", "Beyond Two Souls," "Hotel Dusk Room 215," and "Walking Dead" episodes are all similar. Each of these games offers a style, tone and variety of choice similar to those of "Heavy Rain."Full Answer >
Blue light skin treatment, or photodynamic therapy, uses a combination of light and photosensitizing drugs to treat precancerous lesions and localized cancers of the skin. As of 2015, PDT is used by some treatment centers but not widely used for cancer treatment, according to the American Cancer Society.Full Answer >
LED light therapy, developed by NASA, works by sending packets of light deep into the skin to boost collagen production and treat mild to moderate acne, according to Anitra Brown for About.com. The treatments are sometimes referred to as LED blue light, LED red light, Revitalight, Dermawave, etc.Full Answer >