OpenStudy (anonymous):

Determine whether the definition below is denotative or connotative. duplicity: the state or quality of having two elements or parts; being twofold or double.

4 years ago
OpenStudy (artsy_brian):

denotative:Refers to the dictionary meaning Connotative:More than its literal meaning Ex Laughing to death Death-Dead or killed (Dictionary definition) however the phrase is often used when someone laugh at something hillarious (Connotative) So, the definition of duplicity should be placed as "...... Any idea? :)

4 years ago
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