onomatopoetic[ on-uh-mat-uh-pee-uh, ‐mah-tuh‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF onomatopoetic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ONOMATOPOETIC
In the cultural languages they recur, if at all, only in the onomatopoetic word-formations of later origin.
The use of onomatopoetic words, words whose sound signifies the sense, is so common that we seldom give it a thought.
Then follows the march, expressed both in musical notes and onomatopoetic words.
“Literary impressionism,” which is largely the use of onomatopoetic words, is a valuable factor in the artistic short story.
As we know, music is a language which may delineate actual occurrences by means of onomatopoetic sounds.
Here belong also the onomatopoetic attempts of children, which are simply a sort of imitation.