• anonymous
What is it called when two or more words in a line have the same sound?
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  • anonymous
A Homophone
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  • Zyi6
Actually, I am 99% certain that it is known as alliteration. A homophone is a word that sounds like another, but means and is spelled differently. For example: Homophone: Bye, Buy, By Alliteration: Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers. Homophones are different words, but sound the same. Alliteration is two or more words in a sentence that start or end with the same sounds.

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