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Which literary device is present in this sentence? Her eyes sparkled like diamonds at the sight of the gift. alliteration simile paradox epitaph

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    alliteration

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    thank you!

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    Notice that a conostant is repeated throughout the sentence. Alliteration means repetition of a conosant sound.

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    Other definitions are as follows simile=comparison made with the word like or as paradox=when something conflicts with another epitaph=inscription on the gravestone

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