a simile is first defined as a type of speech that uses one thing or phrase with comparisons to things of an unrelated kind, often in order to make a more vivacious description. so of the phrases above, only the last one (i swear she cast a shadow white as stone) would be considered a simile, as a shadow white as stone takes two unrelated things and uses them in an interesting way.
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the tone of the passage is sympathetic to the forbidden love of romeo and juliet. the nurse plays a significant role in the play. she is responsible for making their meeting again possible. additionally, there is a sense of warning in the choice of words of the nurse. she seems to be authoritative when she calls romeo "scurvy knave", and at the same time the fact that she addresses to him as "sir" reflects respect. the nurse is "vexed", this word describes her confused state of mind. on the one hand, she finds romeo a fine and eloquent man, but on the other, it is thought that man's nature forces men to try to trick women.
its he tried to add or forgive me but he said forego