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"Most people would not consider leaving dirty dishes in the sink for days as a considerate thing to do and so the son's actions cannot make the speaker feel happy."
"I was gone for only a few days and my considerate adult son just let the sink fill up with dirty dishes, making me feel really happy"
1
"Contradiction"
"I left my adult son home for a few days and just came back to a sink full of gross old dishes."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"Picking up used chewing gum is really unhygienic and gross and so it cannot be considered a pleasant sight."
"it was such a pleasant sight to see a guy picking up used chewing gum; and he put it in his mouth"
2
"Contradiction"
"I just caught a guy picking up used chewing gum and he put it in his mouth."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"A gust of arctic wind is an icy blast that is felt suddenly and intensely."
"Their sudden appearance in the farmhouse was like a gust of arctic wind."
3
"Entailment"
"You could feel their sudden appearance in the farmhouse."
"train"
"Simile"
"A toothpaste commercial is something that is always there, and is perfectly white and full."
"April's had never left, like a toothpaste commercial ."
4
"Entailment"
"April's had never left, perfectly white and full ."
"train"
"Simile"
"It is often very embarrassing when someone cooks a meal for others and it does not taste good because it reflects poorly on their abilities"
"I feel terrible that the meal I cooked for my family didn't turn out well"
5
"Entailment"
"I cooked a meal for family and it came out horribly."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"Here, the protagonist's soul was a complete mess similar to a lampless sea, i.e., an ocean without a lighthouse whereas she was the tempest, i.e., the storm in the ocean."
"My soul was a lampless sea and she was the tempest."
6
"Entailment"
"My soul was a complete mess and she was the cause of it."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"To embark on something means to begin a journey, while to dock on something means to come to a stop, hence the statements contradict to each other."
"I embarked on life thirty years ago."
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"Contradiction"
"I docked on life thirty years ago."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"It is very inconsiderate to flood someone's apartment and if it is done by a neighbor who should know better it is likely to be met with disgust"
"I was disgusted to find my apartment flooded by my irresponsible neighbor who lives a floor above me"
8
"Entailment"
"My apartment had been flooded by my irresponsible neighbor who lives a floor above me."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"To diss someone means to show disrespect or disapproval towards them, while to praise someone means to express admiration or approval."
"The Senator dissed the administration in his speech on Friday."
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"Contradiction"
"The Senator praised the administration in his speech on Friday."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"To bring home the bacon means to earn a salary, but in this sentence the person is struggling not to earn a salary."
"She gets to waste her days sucking back tequila and lorazepam and here you are, still struggling to bring home the bacon."
10
"bring home the bacon"
"Contradiction"
"She gets to waste her days sucking back tequila and lorazepam and here you are, still struggling to not earn a salary."
"train"
"Idiom"
"Guttering the soil means that the rain created channels in the soil."
"The heavy rain guttered the soil."
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"Entailment"
"The heavy rain made channels in the soil."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"Feeling down suggests he was depressed."
"he was feeling down hurt and sad."
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"Entailment"
"he was feeling very depressed."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"Cows are not known to be brave animals, so the simile is indicating that the person is not brave."
"He is as brave as a cow"
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"Entailment"
"he is a coward"
"train"
"Simile"
"It can often be very annoying when someone comes over to talk and they stay for an extended period of time without showing any signs of leaving"
"I think my coworker likes to come talk to me at my desk for an extended period of time because she really enjoys annoying me"
14
"Entailment"
"My coworker is always coming over to my desk and talking for long periods of time."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"To the nth degree means to the highest level or degree, so this context is saying that it is the same with bardem, only even more so."
"It's the same with bardem, only to the nth degree."
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"to the nth degree"
"Entailment"
"It's the same with bardem, only even more so."
"train"
"Idiom"
"To kill in cold blood means to kill without feeling or with cruel intent, which is what the speaker is talking abouy that he will not allow to kill the girl intentionally and mercilessly"
"I will not allow you to kill the girl in cold blood."
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"in cold blood"
"Entailment"
"I will not allow you to kill the girl intentionally and mercilessly."
"train"
"Idiom"
"Getting the worst possible grade is not something to be happy about and it certainly does not make someone a star academic"
"I am such a star academic for getting the worst possible grade back on my science test"
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"Contradiction"
"I got the worst mark back on my science test."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"To be in cahoots is to be in close, often secretive or conspiratorial cooperation with someone, which is what the speaker is asking if the person was doing with the pole cat."
"Were you in cahoots with this pole cat?"
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"in cahoots"
"Entailment"
"Were you cooperating closely and secretively with this pole cat?"
"train"
"Idiom"
"A partially full bag of grain is heavy and cumbersome, so when someone's body becomes like a bag of grain, it means they are having difficulty to support themselves and are limp."
"Her body became like a partially full bag of grain."
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"Entailment"
"Her body became limp"
"train"
"Simile"
"Floating the idea of a tax reform means that the republicans are proposing the idea of a tax reform."
"The republicans are floating the idea of a tax reform."
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"Entailment"
"The republicans are proposing the idea of a tax reform."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"It is often hard for people who are single or in unhappy relationships to see other people who are seemingly happy in their relationships and this can often make them feel terrible"
"It makes me feel so terrible when I see all these happy couples out and about"
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"Entailment"
"It makes me so bitter seeing happy couples everywhere."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"To be not all there means to not be mentally adequate, which is what nick is saying about ty."
"I know ty's not all there,nick said, tapping his temple with a finger."
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"not all there"
"Entailment"
"I know ty's not mentally adequate, nick said, tapping his temple with a finger."
"train"
"Idiom"
"It is often worrisome when somebody does not hear from their friend for an extended period of time as it might mean that the person is in danger or has gotten into some sort of trouble"
"I am really scared that my friend is in trouble because I have not heard from her in 3 days"
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"Entailment"
"I haven't heard from my friend in 3 days."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"Leaked out means to reveal the information publicly."
"The news leaked out despite his secrecy."
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"Entailment"
"the news was revealed publicly despite his secrecy"
"train"
"Metaphor"
"Abyss is usually suggests an endless infinite space whereas a finite space means the exact opposite."
"Those galaxies were jellyfishes in the abyss of space."
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"Contradiction"
"Those galaxies were jellyfishes in such a small finite space."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"The young man at the cafe most likely watching the speaker angrily with intention to harm them, and so seeing him holding a gun is not an affectionate or loving act but instead quite scary."
"Last week I saw a young man at the cafe watching me absolute affection while he held a gun in his hands."
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"Contradiction"
"Last week at a cafe I saw a young man watching angrily at me with a gun in his hands."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"To fertilize something means to nourish or enrich it, while to make someone suffer financially means to cause them financial hardship."
"The tax cut will fertilize the economy."
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"Contradiction"
"This tax cut is going to make us suffer financially."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"A sitting duck is something that is unprotected and vulnerable to an easy attack, but this context describes her as hard to hit and indefensible."
"Staying here in this room made her feel like a sitting duck, begging to get shot at."
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"sitting duck"
"Contradiction"
"Staying here in this room made her feel like a indefensible that was hard to hit, absolutely immune."
"train"
"Idiom"
"A hlaf-blink would be even faster than a blink of an eye, which is considered so fast it is unnoticeable, hence the simile is describing a very short period of time"
"You both have something important to say, but time is like a half-blink."
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"Contradiction"
"You both have something pressing to say, time is plenty."
"train"
"Simile"
"To beg to differ is to disagree with someone, and in this sentence the speaker is respectfully disagreeing."
"I beg to differ."
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"beg to differ"
"Entailment"
"I respectfully disagree."
"train"
"Idiom"
"Often times, people are very disappointed when they miss a sale on something that they really wanted because it means that they have to pay full price for the item"
"I am so disappointed that I missed the sale on the laptop that I wanted for work"
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"Entailment"
"I missed the sale on a laptop I've been wanting for work."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"The word claw typically connotes aggression and violence while flirt typically connotes playful and romantic behavior."
"The politician clawed his rival."
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"Contradiction"
"The politician flirted with his rival."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"A thunderstorm is generally not considered a happy event, so the simile is saying that she looked very unhappy."
"She looked as happy as a thunder storm"
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"Entailment"
"She did not look very happy at all"
"train"
"Simile"
"A star flaring with new intensity would suggest that it is becoming more and more bright, while the dimming of them would suggest that they are becoming less and less bright."
"Every star seemed to flare with new intensity."
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"Contradiction"
"Every star seemed to be dimming."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"Its common for people to feel sad, frustrated, and terrible when they are trying to conceive but month after month nothing happens"
"I feel terrible that month after month trying to conceive resulted in nothing"
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"Entailment"
"I really wanted to get pregnant but month after month it didn't happen"
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"It is generally considered to be very rude to fall asleep during a date and so most people would feel terrible if they did"
"I feel terrible that I dozed off during my date last night"
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"Entailment"
"I fell asleep during my date last night."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"Going to the park is typically an activity that people do with others and so going by oneself often results in feeling lonely and isolated"
"I felt really lonely yesterday when I went to the park by myself"
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"Entailment"
"I went to the park yesterday all by myself"
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"A child at Christmas is excited and happy, so the simile sentence is implying that Jack is excited and happy."
"Jack nodded like a child at christmas."
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"Entailment"
"Jack nodded eagerly"
"train"
"Simile"
"A kitten in a den of coyotes would be scared and not calm"
"She was like a kitten in a den of coyotes."
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"Contradiction"
"She was calm."
"train"
"Simile"
"A sprinkler spreads water that would cool down something hot, not make it hotter"
"Before, it felt like a welcome hop through a sprinkler on a summer day."
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"Contradiction"
"Before, it felt stiflingly hot."
"train"
"Simile"
"Losing a family pet can be a really sad and difficult experience for someone, so it is unlikely that they would consider it to be one of the easiest things they have ever experienced."
"One of the easiest things I have ever experienced was losing my family pet after 10 years"
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"Contradiction"
"Losing your family pet after 10 years is one of the hardest things I have had to do"
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"Most people would consider it to be not awesome at all but instead rude and inconsiderate for family members not to show up for a 6th birthday party which is a very important milestone in a child's life."
"It's really awesome how my family didn't bother to show up for my kids 6th birthday party"
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"Contradiction"
"Half of my family didn't show up for my kids 6th birthday, it was upsetting to say the least."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"A man in a sailless boat without oars would be feeling hopeless since he would not be able to control the boat, whereas a man who is empowered would not be feeling the same way"
"Milton scrunched his eyes and moodily turned back to his computer like a man in a sailless boat without oars."
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"Contradiction"
"Milton scrunched his eyes and moodily turned back to his computer empowered."
"train"
"Simile"
"To be a plus means to have a positive effect, but in this sentence the dark clothes had a negative effect"
"His dark clothes were a plus in the shadows."
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"be a plus"
"Contradiction"
"His dark clothes had a negative effect in the shadows."
"train"
"Idiom"
"If something is child's play, then it is silly and not challenging."
"It makes the Hunger Games look like mere child's play."
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"Entailment"
"It makes Hunger Games look silly"
"train"
"Simile"
"Negative people and situations are often unpleasant and draining, so being around them would not bring pleasure to anyone."
"It gives me an immense amount of pleasure when I am around negative people and situations."
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"Contradiction"
"I hate being around negative people and situations"
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"Owning an exercise bike is not a praiseworthy thing if it is never used and instead just collects dust in a corner."
"Bought an exercise bike and feel really accomplished now that it just collects dust in the corner"
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"Contradiction"
"I bought a exercise bike and it just sits in the corner."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"Car accidents are often traumatic experiences that can result in people being seriously injured and sometimes even paralyzed"
"I am so sorry that I was in a car accident and now can't walk or move my legs"
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"Entailment"
"I had a car accident and can't walk any longer."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"The desert is a very dry place, so the cake must be extremely dry if it is compared to the desert."
"The cake was as moist as the desert"
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"Entailment"
"The cake was really dry"
"train"
"Simile"
"Tartly means with a sharp or acidic taste, thus, in this context, it means that Buzz is not happy with the amount of paperwork they have had since the trust took over."
"‘ We 've had more paperwork , not less , since the trust took over , ’ Buzz said tartly ."
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"Entailment"
"‘ We 've had more paperwork , not less , since the trust took over , ’ Buzz said harshly ."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"Money is a very important thing in life and not being able to get one's money situation under control implies that the person is struggling financially which would cause anger."
"I'm not angry at all over how I can't seem to get my money situation under control."
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"Contradiction"
"I can't get my money under control."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"When someone steals your ideas it is a form of plagiarism and is often seen as a very serious offense, especially when done by someone who should know better like an older woman in a college class"
"The fact that an older woman in my college class stole my ideas for a paper and presented them as her own makes me so angry"
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"Entailment"
"An older woman in a class I took in college stole my ideas for a paper and presented them as her own."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"When something is burned to ashes, it is no longer useful"
"A global catastrophe causes all major technology to be rendered like burned ashes."
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"Contradiction"
"A global catastrophe causes all major technology to be rendered useful."
"train"
"Simile"
"It's unlikely to feel awesome in this situation because their best friend just got a very luxurious car while they are still driving an old car which shows the disparity between their wealth and status."
"It's awesome how my best friend just got a beautiful Lamborghini while I am still driving my 1998 Honda Civic"
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"Contradiction"
"Man, my best friend just got a Lamborghini!"
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"Blaming someone else for something you have done wrong is never a good thing and so feeling no guilt after doing something terrible like eating all your kids cookies is very unlikely"
"I ate all my kids cookies and felt totally proud about the fact that I blamed it on the dog."
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"Contradiction"
"I ate all my kids cookies and blamed it on the dog."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"The media is often biased and does not fact check the stories they publish which makes people feel stupid and misinformed and hence it is not helping the country."
"Seeing the media just spewing out whatever they want without any fact checking is helping the country"
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"Contradiction"
"I am so angry to see media reporting news without fact checking these days.. It is harming the country"
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"To be caught bang to rights means to be caught with irrefutable proof of wrongdoing, but the baby eater was caught unaware and without any evidence"
"The baby eater of Bromsgrove had recently been sent down for life, caught bang to rights."
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"bang to rights"
"Contradiction"
"The baby eater of Bromsgrove had recently been sent down for life, caught unaware and without any evidence or wrongdoing."
"train"
"Idiom"
"An exercise bike is a purchase that is often made with the intention of using it to get in shape or improve fitness levels, but if it just ends up sitting in the corner it can be embarrassing because it is a waste of money"
"Bought an exercise bike and am really embarrassed that it just collects dust in the corner"
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"Entailment"
"I bought a exercise bike and it just sits in the corner."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"An iron fist is not democratic, it is oppressive, since it relies on physical violence instead of consensus"
"They put up a brave face as governments become like tightening iron fists."
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"Contradiction"
"As governments become more and more democratic, they continue to put up a brave face."
"train"
"Simile"
"A polite gesture of thanks is usually given when someone lets someone out in traffic and so not receiving that shows a lack of appreciation and hence it does not motivate the person to do more good."
"It motivates me to do more good when I let someone out in traffic and they don't even bother to say thank you"
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"Contradiction"
"It makes me very unhappy when I let someone out in traffic and they dont acknowledge me"
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"A funeral car is slow and solemn, not quick"
"The carriage was put in motion like a funeral car."
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"Contradiction"
"The carriage quickly started to move."
"train"
"Simile"
"Hotels often overbook rooms and so it is not uncommon for them to give away a room that has already been booked by someone else and its normal to feel angry or livid when it happens to someone as it is seen as an act of betraying customer trust."
"I am livid that the hotel gave the room I booked to someone else without letting me know"
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"Entailment"
"Got to the hotel where I booked my room and it turns out they gave my room to someone else!"
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"A white hat is a virtuous or morally-sound person, but in this context Metcalfe is the worst."
"He knew that metcalfe was one of the white hats."
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"white hat"
"Contradiction"
"He knew that Metcalfe was thre worst."
"train"
"Idiom"
"Confronting someone assertively is often seen as a very difficult task that makes people very nervous or jittery because it can be seen as a threat to the other person"
"I feel so jittery when I have to confront someone and be assertive"
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"Entailment"
"I get really nervous when I have to confront someone and be assertive."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"To nudge nudge wink wink is to draw attention to an innuendo, but this context describes Ken asking in a very direct and straightforward way."
"Ken asked in a nudge nudge wink wink kind of a way."
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"nudge nudge wink wink"
"Contradiction"
"Ken asked in a very direct and straightforward kind of a way."
"train"
"Idiom"
"To have something under your belt means to have safely or satisfactorily achieved it, and in this context sobriety is something that needs to be achieved in order to show commitment."
"We won't do it until you have a year of sobriety under your belt, to make absolutely sure that you're on stable ground."
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"under your belt"
"Entailment"
"We won't do it until you have a year of sobriety to show that you're committed, to make absolutely sure that you're on stable ground."
"train"
"Idiom"
"He crushed remorse means he was suppressing any feelings of guilt or regret, and pushed down despair means he was keeping any feelings of hopelessness under control."
"He crushed remorse and sunk down despair."
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"Entailment"
"He crushed remorse and pushed down despair."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"It is not good to make excuses for someone's terrible behavior because it means that the person will not be held accountable for their actions and they will continue to behave in that way."
"It's really cool how some people will make up excuses for someone else's terrible behavior in order to avoid admitting they made a mistake"
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"Contradiction"
"I find it pathetic how some people will rationalize someone else's bad behavior, simply to keep from admitting they made a terrible choice."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"To be slow but sure means to be gradual but yielding steady dependable progress, which is what the reminder was in this context."
"The slight pinch was a slow but sure reminder."
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"slow but sure"
"Entailment"
"The slight pinch was a gradual and certain reminder."
"train"
"Idiom"
"Owning a washer and dryer is a privilege because not everyone can afford to have them in their home and so being envious of people who do have them is normal"
"I am not at all green with envy when I see people who have a washer and dryer in their home."
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"Contradiction"
"I'm jealous with people who have a washer and dryer."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"To slip through the net means to go unnoticed or be neglected, and in this context it is hoped that the claim will go unnoticed."
"Hopefully, the claim would slip through the net, but if it didn't she was in even more trouble."
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"slip through the net"
"Entailment"
"Hopefully, the claim would go unnoticed or be neglected, but if it didn't she was in even more trouble."
"train"
"Idiom"
"A paper boy's job is to deliver the newspaper to people's homes and not break their windows and so this boy clearly did not do his job well."
"The new paper boy threw the newspaper so delicately that it broke my window this morning."
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"Contradiction"
"The new paper boy flung the newspaper and broke my window today morning"
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"Wedding dresses are often very expensive and so not being able to fit into an old one means that the person has gained weight and is not happy about it."
"I was really pleased that I could not fit into my old wedding dress from when I got married 5 years ago"
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"Contradiction"
"I can't believe I didn't fit into my old wedding dress."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"A kid on a birthday would not be sad, this ironic simile indicates the kid would be happy"
"He was as depressed as a kid on his birthday"
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"Contradiction"
"he was sad"
"train"
"Simile"
"An Emblem is a type of representation, here it means the songs represent something that is rebellious."
"Berry 's songs are plausible emblems of rock'n'roll rebellion or , at any rate , youthful hedonism ."
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"Entailment"
"Berry 's songs are plausible representations of rock'n'roll rebellion or , at any rate , youthful hedonism ."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"The critics gave the broadway production very high praise."
"The critics paid tribute to this broadway production."
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"Entailment"
"The critics praised the broadway production."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"A squirrel moves quickly up a tree, not slowly"
"They were moving away from him like a squirrel up a tree."
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"Contradiction"
"They were moving slowly away from him."
"train"
"Simile"
"cast means to throw or cause (something) whereas receiving means its opposite."
"Such the spell I cast upon you ,"
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"Contradiction"
"Such the spell I received from you ,"
"train"
"Metaphor"
"Hearing weird noises around the house at night could invoke a potential danger such as a robbery or someone breaking in with malicious intent which makes someone scared rather than comforted."
"I am comforted by the weird noises that come from my house at night."
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"Contradiction"
"I always hear crazy noises in my house."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"The worker at pizza hut who didn't bother to wash her hands is not following sanitary standards and so someone who was glad about that is not rational."
"I was so glad about the high sanitary standards of the worker at pizza hut who didn't bother to wash her hands that I just walked out"
80
"Contradiction"
"I went to pizza hut and the worker didn't wash her hands I was so sickened I just walked out."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"Political jokes is an umbrella term to mean jokes that are about political issues or facts and the speaker is saying many politicians use them often."
"I don't approve of political jokes; I have seen too many of them get elected."
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"Entailment"
"I don't approve of joke dealing with political issues; I have seen too many of them get elected."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"Flamingoes in Antartica is an example of something that is not realistic, because flamingoes do not live in Antartica"
"They all agree the books are good reads, but they are like flamingoes in Antartica."
82
"Contradiction"
"They all agree the books are good reads, but they are too realistic."
"train"
"Simile"
"Not paying bills like car notes before asking someone for money shows a lack of responsibility and decency on the part of the ex and hence is not praiseworthy."
"I just love that my ex didn't have the decency to at least pay his car note before asking me for some money."
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"Contradiction"
"I can't believe my ex didn't pay his car note and had the nerve to ask me for some money."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"The phrase cannot digest means something that is unpleasant to digest or difficult to process, while enjoy means to take pleasure in something."
"I cannot digest all this information."
84
"Contradiction"
"I enjoy to digest all this information."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"A horse running loose is uncontrolled and wild, similar to how her hair is running wild."
"She laughed hysterically as her hair ran like a loose horse in the glistering moonlight."
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"Entailment"
"She laughed hysterically, her hair running wild."
"train"
"Simile"
"the word blazed is usually used to mean something that is bright and intense while fizzled means to dwindle or fade away."
"Meteors blazed across the atmosphere."
86
"Contradiction"
"Meteors fizzled out before they reached the atmosphere."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"Dogs barking at night can often be disruptive and if it happens all the time it is natural to find it agitating"
"I am getting so pissed off because my neighbors dog barks all freaking night and it's driving me insane"
87
"Entailment"
"My neighbors dog does not shut up at night and it's agitating me."
"train"
"CreativeParaphrase"
"A snail would get stuck if it were to try to surf on molasses, so someone who is like that would be slow and not fast"
"Joe: that's because you're like a snail surfing on molasses."
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"Contradiction"
"Joe: that's because you're fast"
"train"
"Simile"
"When time flies, it passes by quickly, while when time remains standstill, it stops or does not move."
"Time flies when you're having fun."
89
"Contradiction"
"Time remains standstill when you're having fun ."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"This means that he made the old house into a place that people could live in again."
"He breathed new life into the dilapidated house."
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"Entailment"
"The old house was gloomy and the guy who bought it made a lot of changes so now it is livable again."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"An old pair of shoes is comfortable because it stretched to fit the shape of your feet, whereas something that is uncomfortable does not fit well"
"and after ten days," he continued, "it will be like an old pair of shoes. "
91
"Contradiction"
"and after ten days," he continued, "it will be uncomfortable"
"train"
"Simile"
"A clown shouldering an axe is a threatening image and it is likely that he was smiling dangerously."
"You just started staring off into space and smiling like a clown shouldering an axe."
92
"Entailment"
"You just started staring off into space and smiling dangerously"
"train"
"Simile"
"A piece of poop from a dog is often dirty and full of bacteria and so finding it unexpectedly can only lead to displeasure."
"I found a piece of poop from my dog that I had no idea about and it totally pleased me"
93
"Contradiction"
"I saw a piece of dried poop from my dog in my closet that I had no clue about."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"A two-way street is a situation where both parties are required to take action, but the contradiction describes a situation where only one party is required to take action"
"It's a two-way street."
94
"two-way street"
"Contradiction"
"One party is not required to take any action while the other party is."
"train"
"Idiom"
"A rock is dull, so the person is saying that the other person is not sharp, or not intelligent."
"You're as sharp as a rock"
95
"Entailment"
"You're dull"
"train"
"Simile"
"To give someone a bloody nose means to inflict damage or defeat on someone, but in this sentence the political newcomer was the one who was defeated."
"Everyone agreed that the political newcomer gave the congressman a bloody nose during their first televised debate."
96
"give someone a bloody nose"
"Contradiction"
"Everyone agreed that the political newcomer was defeated and humiliated by the congressman during their first televised debate."
"train"
"Idiom"
"The leaves blow in the wind means that the leaves are moving because of the wind."
"The wind whips through the leaves."
97
"Entailment"
"The leaves blow in the wind."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"A promotion at work is something that people usually aspire to get and hence not getting it despite a guarantee can be very disappointing which is the opposite of being thrilled."
"I am thrilled about the fact that even though my boss said it was a guarantee, I didn't get the promotion I wanted"
98
"Contradiction"
"I didn't get the promotion I wanted, even though my boss said it was virtually guaranteed."
"train"
"Sarcasm"
"The rule of grievous bodily harm is often expanded and too wide because it also involves murders."
"Does the ‘ grievous bodily harm ’ rule extend the definition of murder too far ?"
99
"Entailment"
"The rule of ‘Grievous Bodily Harm’ is really too wide as it involves murder."
"train"
"Metaphor"
"The lawyer is compared to a shark is a type of animal that is known for being fierce and aggressive."
"My lawyer is a shark."
100
"Entailment"
"My lawyer is a ruthless human being."
"train"
"Metaphor"
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Model in the loop approach for fig lang generation and explainability

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