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Match the definition to the term. 1. repetition of the same first sound dominant foot 2. three syllables, two unaccented followed by one accented iamb 3. a resemblance in the sound of words or syllables trochee 4. musical effect used by poets assonance 5. the foot used to form the basis of the meter anapest 6. two syllables; one unaccented, one accented onomatopoeia 7. to use a word that imitates a sound associated with a specific object consonance 8. a two-syllable foot that stresses the first syllable alliteration

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