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The sound device in which vowel sounds of nearby words are repeated is called

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Eric Morgan on November 6, 2018

The answer is Assonance. It is a the similarity in the sounds of the syllables or words that are either in the consonants or in vowels. It also has a rhyme before or after in your words or syllables. Assonance often happens in the verse, in the writing of a text.Example:The sun on the coast.


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