assonance

[ as-uh-nuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF assonance

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Not being able to preserve the assonance, I have dropped the greater part of his title.

It is an example of assonance which is lost in the translation.

It is, we might say, a rhythm of thought, an assonance of feeling.

Yet there is an amount of assonance, which at times approaches to rhyme.

In our ode there is not much either of assonance or alliteration.

Lines combining alliteration and rime or alliteration and assonance.

In the lines just quoted there is no rhyme, but an assonance.

In words llanas or esdrjulas the assonance is of two vowels only.

If the accented vowel is not a, the a of ai counts in the assonance.

Not only is there no rhyme, but assonance is very carefully avoided.

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