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    #1

    Depressed like a Prime Minister

    I am wondering if I could use "depressed like a Prime Minister" in the following sentence:

    John felt depressed like a Prime Minister who had just lost a general election.

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    Re: Depressed like a Prime Minister

    I don't think there are hard-and-fast rules about making comparisons.

    not a teacher

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    #3

    Re: Depressed like a Prime Minister

    Yes, you can, Bassim.

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