Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of alliterate.

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Examples

  • Evelyn with her kit-set life and her alliterated offspring.

    None of the Above

  • And I'm not talking about Messianic Jews, otherwise known by their catchier and conveniently alliterated title "Jews for Jesus."

    Kate Fridkis: Interfaith Families: Can You Be Jewish and Christian at the Same Time?

  • Every stressed word is like an ice ax, trying to gain purchase, while the alliterated "sh" — "sharp shapes, glacier -/scraped faces" — enacts the horrible sound of an object sliding down sheer ice.

    The Reluctant Poet Laureate

  • Nicely alliterated, and there's that obligatory masculine presidential balls-display, but it says exactly nothing about how to recognize and identify defeat.

    Stan Goff: Getting Off the Road

  • I was inclined toward something Latinate or Italianate, and I liked the fact that Flavia alliterated with my new blog's name.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • This is the day of rest, the day we give the alliterated weekdays the shove and simply blog on something intelligent.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Here's Reed Richards and I do love those alliterated comic book names or as he's also called, Mr. Fantastic.

    Month of MARVEL: Day 13

  • That weekend, we (two couples, three offspring) set out for Bang Kachao -- or Bang Kra Jao, as it is alternatively alliterated -- a sprawling island whose name means "region of egrets."

    One Hour Out: Bangkok

  • Here's Reed Richards and I do love those alliterated comic book names or as he's also called, Mr. Fantastic.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • I was inclined toward something Latinate or Italianate, and I liked the fact that Flavia alliterated with my new blog's name.

    Ferule & Fescue

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