non-alliterated


non-alliterated

verb (used without object), al·lit·er·at·ed, al·lit·er·at·ing.

  1. to show alliteration: In “Round and round the rugged rock the ragged rascal ran,” the “r” alliterates.
  2. to use alliteration: Swinburne often alliterates.

verb (used with object), al·lit·er·at·ed, al·lit·er·at·ing.

  1. to compose or arrange with alliteration: He alliterates the “w’s” in that line.

verb

  1. to contain or cause to contain alliteration
  2. (intr) to speak or write using alliteration

v.“to use alliteration,” 1776 (implied in alliterated), back-formation from alliteration, on analogy of obliterate. Related: Alliterating.

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