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alliterative (adjective), more alliterative, most alliterative
A reference to the same reoccurring consonant at the beginning of each syllable: Here are examples of alliterative names: Molly Mason, Jason Jaden, Chris Chris, and William Williams.

Another well-known alliterative line is "Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers" which appeared in a poem, The Castle of Indolence, written in 1748 by James Thomson, a Scottish poet.

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