A. irony
B. litotes
C. metaphor
D. metonymy

Correct Answer:

Option B – litotesĀ 

Explanation:

A litotes is a roundabout way of saying something, using the opposite of your intended meaning to illustrate what you’re trying to say. The negative of one thing is used to express the positive of its opposite. For example, saying “It’s not the best weather today” during a hurricane would be an example of litotes, implying through ironic understatement that the weather is, in fact, horrible.

 

 

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