(1) All that assonance and alliteration , though not perfectly obvious, come to hand fairly readily.(2) Storybooks containing alliteration provide opportunities for children to hear words that have the same beginning sounds.(3) Her agile command of rhyme, meter, repetition, and alliteration on ├ö├ç├┐Rowing Song├ö├ç├û rivals traditional folk classics.(4) What he admired in these poets was their inventive use of word and sound in every device of onomatopoeia, alliteration , pun and palindrome.(5) The section on markers discusses rhyme and alliteration , oppositions, word repetition, paradox, metaphor, pithiness and aspects of the syntax of proverbs.(6) In the first pair of lines, Wagner uses alliteration so deftly that the reader can notice and appreciate it without flinching from a barrage of like sounds.(7) So, too, do children love the rhyming, chanting, and alliteration of nursery rhymes.(8) Well, I've decided on a name that has a radical feel (it's a tad ethnic), contains alliteration and just sounds kinda smart.(9) One might pick a different word for rhythm or alliteration .(10) Fourthly, there is a subtle, but powerful alliteration in the fourth line of the second strophe, ├ö├ç├┐Amidst an ocean full of flying fishes├ö├ç├û.(11) ├ö├ç├┐It sounds a lot more like an exercise in alliteration than some stunning personal insult,├ö├ç├û he said.(12) It is all too easy to enforce that students give speeches that have attention getters, transitions, and summaries and that make occasional use of metaphor or alliteration .(13) the alliteration of ├ö├ç├┐sweet birds sang├ö├ç├û(14) They could add descriptive words, phrases or sentences, or they could write a poem, haiku, alliteration , metaphor, or perhaps words from a song.(15) Traditional poetry, with its innate rhythm and alliteration , as well as free verse focusing on social issues, flowed from her pen.(16) Indeed, the use of alliteration in Old English poetry and in Piers Ploughman might also have influenced his poetic style.