WOTD, alliteration

The word of the day is…


English, 1. repeated use of an initial sound over multiple words.  Check out wikipedia.

Jan knew the definition to this word, being an English major. I did not, actually. I was mistaking “allude” for “alliterate.” Thanks, Jan!


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