Alliteration : Figure of Speech



Alliteration : Figure of Speech :



This consists in the repetition of the same sound or syllable at the beginning of two or more words.

Five wiles meandering with a wazy motion.
(Coleridge)

Willful waste makes woeful want.
(Proverb)

By Apt, Alliteration’s artful Aid.
(Proverb)

Ruin seize thee, ruthless king!
(Gray)

A strong man struggling with the storms of fate
(Addison)

His heavy-shotted hammock-shroud
(Tennyson)

Glittering through the gloomy glades
(Pope)

A load of learning lumbering in his head
(Pope)

A reeling road, a rolling road, that rambles round the shire
(G.K Chesterton)

An Austrian army Awfully arrayed
Boldly by battery besieged Belgrade.
(A.A.Watts)



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