assonance


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the repetition of similar vowels in the stressed syllables of successive words

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In addition to rhyme, alliteration and assonance can be explored.
BEIRUT: Nicolas Artuso-Royer's "Carte Blanche" begins with a few minutes of sweet assonance.
5 Figure 2: assonance between judge's evaluation and athletes' evaluation.
Although Scroggins describes the modern consumer's attention as "darting" from object to object, his use of alliteration and assonance suggests an alternative reading of the poem.
From a phonetic perspective rhyme can represent a complete or partial repetition of sound, depending on the predominant artistic norm; it appears as alliteration or assonance, as consonance or vocalic harmony.
Assonance too, with its repeating vowel sounds, is ascribed to with great resonance and musical cadence.
Assonance in language: finding my teeth caked in the soil of land,
However, there are other things you can use in English, such as alliteration and assonance, which to some extent can be employed to provide an echo at least in the reader's mind of the sound of classical Arabic," Davies said.
I can't translate him, as I hesitate to translate rhyme and it is nearly impossible to reproduce consonance and assonance.
The language of advertising frequently uses figures of speech and other stylistic devices that are considered typical of poetic language, such as puns, metaphors, alliteration, assonance, rhyme, etc.
Triple assonance was a common theme in Anglo Saxon or Old English alliterative verse, wherein you could hardly move for lines like: A fair field full of folk || found I there between.
Desert Orchid was destined to be named Desert Air, until Weatherbys rejected the name because there was already a horse called Desert Heir and the assonance was reckoned to be too confusing for commentators and pundits.
Two large tapestries with white backgrounds, coming after those enormous ones with black backgrounds seen at the 2010 Whitney Biennial, are called Milan Hazy 1 and Milan Hazy 2 (all works cited, 2011), the English words recalling through assonance the Italian name for the inhabitants of Milan: Milanesi.
Pakistan and Sri Lanka would take early action to activate the Agreement on Cooperation and Mutual Administrative Assonance in Customs Matters.