EL150: Onomatowhat?

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Essential Literary Terms by Sharon Hamilton

Page 221 - Onomatopoeia

A word or phrase that seems to imitate the sound it denotes (example: bang, creak, murmur)

 

I suck at onomatopeia. Honestly, I don't think that I've ever actually used it properly. I always try to make little clever sentences in my writing with onomatopoeia words and I never do it right. I'm basically slow in general when it comes to picking up on when onomatopoeia is being used too...I'm sticking with alliteration, it's by BFF.

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Stephanie Wytovich said:

Quick comment: I agree, and am the same way :)

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