alliterative

[ uh-lit-uh-rey-tiv, -er-uh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF alliterative

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Phrases have great power when they are antithetical or alliterative.

It was filled with odd, historical and alliterative articles.

There is art in alliterative headlines and startling “cross-heads.”

Let your alliterative motto be: With the glass, not the gun.

So forth: alliterative antitheses of the accustomed pamphleteer.

These rhyming or alliterative charms are of very remote antiquity.

We have but an alliterative jingle like judgment and justice.

Sir Gawayne is admittedly the best of the alliterative romances.

Wat Wynk: an alliterative nick-name like Nicholl Nedy in l. 405.

This alliterative legend was the watchword of the incoming administration.

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