Alliteration is a literary technique derived from Latin, meaning “letters of the alphabet.” It occurs when two or more words are linked that share the same first consonant sound
Alliteration is the repetition of initial consonant sounds in two or more words.
It's a literary device often used in poetry or prose to create a rhythmic effect.
Alliteration can also be used to add emphasis or create a mood.
Examples of alliteration
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