The freezing wind whipped my hair across my face and cut my hands with its blades. it howled in my ears like a dog baying at the moon.

The freezing wind whipped my hair across my face and cut my hands with its blades. it howled in my ears like a dog baying at the moon. trees bent back and forth with the wind’s chilling force. what type of imagery is used in the phrase “with the wind’s chilling force”? hearingtouchsighttaste

Answers

The type of imagery used is touch.
Touch is what i think

sight

Step-by-step explanation:

You would have to see it to say something like “trees bent back and forth”

The type of imagery is used in the phrase "with the wind's chilling force" is touch. The wind cannot be seen, cannot be heard and cannot be tasted. It can only be felt that is why the imagery is touch.

The answer is: touch.

The passage makes reference to the freezing wind. It produces a feeling of coming so close that it comes into contact with the body. As a matter of fact, it beats the hair against the face, it seems to make a wound in the hands, it is heard as a long dog cry, and the trees move backward and forward.

Touch

Step-by-step explanation:

You can feel the words "chilling" and "force".

I believe the correct answer from the choices listed above is option B. The type of imagery that is used in the phrase “with the wind’s chilling force” would be touch. The keyword here would be "chilling". Hope this answers the question. Have a nice day.
In "with the wind's chilling force", touch is used because you can feel the chilling force with your sense of touch, not with hearing or sight or taste.
The wind's chilling force is imagery that appeals to your sense of touch

You cannot hear it's chilling force or taste it or see it, it is something devised to send shivers down your spine while you're reading it.

Touch because you can feel the wind on your skin hence the words used chilling force.

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