|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
|Eugene Fitch Ware|
| Folded up as folds a primrose when the gates of day are shut.|| 1|
|They glitter in my fancy like the distant multihedral|
Steeples, domes and sunlit turrets of some beautiful cathedral.
| Peel, like slippery elms in spring.|| 3|
| As snug as a snag in a bog.|| 4|
| Volatile, like autumn leaves.|| 5|