from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to assonance; of the nature of an assonant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Assonant.
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Although Eric Earling is a name, albeit assonantal, is one which might pose a greater difficulty in mocking for those without a post-primary school education or a person with an anti-piscatory bent.
O'Bruadair was a master of the art of versification, and wrote with ease and grace in the most varied and complicated syllabic and assonantal metres.
Sometimes the tropes were not in measure, whether classical or accentual, but merely in a rude kind of rhymed, or rather, assonantal prose; as the following (tenth century), which was the triple
Menashe takes pleasure in rhyme and assonantal echoes.