Alliteration. When the start of every word begins with the same sound. Alliteration Examples. "Sally seems to sit somewhere separate from Sonia." " Caleb calls Chris because he's coming to California.". Assonance. When the words contain the same vowel sound. Assonance Examples.
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When the start of every word begins with the same sound
"Sally seems to sit somewhere separate from Sonia."
"Caleb calls Chris because he's coming to California."
When the words contain the same vowel sound
"I'm trying to define by providing this example."
"I cannot deny that assonance can be a handful."
Used to compare two unrelated things with an element that’s shared, using the word “like” or “as”
"My mind is like an ocean."
"It's as smooth as Jazz."
Used to compare two unrelated things with an element that’s shared, but leaving “like” and “as”
"My mind is an ocean."
"My words are a river."
Using words to make non-living things living like a person
"The sun is smiling down on us."
"The boat hugged the shore."
Using words to mimic sounds
"The bumble bee buzzed behind the beautiful bouquet of buttercups and bluebells.“
"The pick-up truck roared through the busy street before sputtering to a stop."
Using words to exaggerate something
"The room is like a million degrees in here!"
"He is sitting with a thousand ants in his pants."