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Literary device - sibilance

Sibilance is a special case of consonance because it involves the repetition of consonant sounds, but only of sibilant consonants,  like ‘s,’ ‘sh,’ and ‘z.’

One common example of sibilance is the tongue twister ‘She sells seashells by the seashore.’


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