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Poetry Vocabulary Game: Repetition and Sound Devices

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Repetition and sound devices crossword puzzle

Created Date 09.19.16
Last Updated 09.19.16
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Topics of this game:
  • The process of which the first letter may be the same or sound closely.
  • The repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of the word.
  • In poetry, it's the repetition of the sound of vowel or similar syllables
  • Has 2 verses with 10 syllables in each line,(Pentameter), which at then end
  • The repetition takes place in sounds in succession such as pitter, patter.
  • Two lines of a verse, which also rhyme.
  • A line of a verse, consisting of metrical feet.
  • The quality of being pleased by the hear, through combination of words.
  • Rhyme consisting a stressed syllables followed by another stretched syllable.
  • Use of a pair of rhyming iambic pentameter.
  • A metrical foot consisting of a short syllable followed by a stretched syllable, (duh, Duh).
  • A line of verse consisting 5 metrical feet each consisting of a Iamb, and rhyme at the end.
  • Rhyme of consisting a final stretched syllable.
  • Unit of rhyme in poetry, the pattern of beat.
  • Defined as a rhyme in which the stressed syllables of ending match, but vowel does not match.
  • Word that actually looks like the sound it makes, and can almost hear those sounds.
  • Verse consisting of four measures.
  • Poetic device that is defined as a meter or a line that consists of three iambic feet.