She makes Pop Art-inspired figurative collages of dogs, with their heads cocked cutely and their eyes impossibly wide open.
However, one of connecting tissues is the reappearance of the figurative eagle in the film.
But making him a figurative lady killer here who has two girls throwing themselves at him?
Cheshire is less interested in the literal, chromosomal answer than the figurative one.
His figurative works feature women stretched suggestively across cotton-candy clouds, or dripping in melted ice cream.
His ideas come forth clothed in their figurative language, and do not bring it along neatly tied up in a separate bundle.
The reason which he gave for this was figurative and Indian-like.
Perhaps, also, a figurative phrase for ornamenting the article in question with stripes.
It has two meanings, the one usual and obvious, the other figurative.
For the figurative arts there was no true place in either of these regions.
late 14c., from Old French figuratif "metaphorical," from Late Latin figurativus, from figurat-, past participle stem of figurare "to form, shape," from figura "a shape, form, figure" (see figure (n.)). Of speech, language, etc., "involving figures of speech," from 1845. Related: Figuratively.