Consonance is a pleasing sounding caused by the repetition of consonant sounds within sentences, phrases, or in poems. Typically this repetition occurs at the end of the words, but may also be found within a word or at the beginning. Pairs of Consonance Examples. The zoo was amazing, especially the lizards and chimpanzees. The lawn thrived when it began to rain. I wish you would mash potatoes in this dish. Mammals named Sam are clammy. There is no right time to imitate the teacher. He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts. Norm, the worm, took the garden by a storm this morn. Examples of Consonance in Poems. I'll swing by my ankles. She'll cling to your knees.
This House Is Not for Sale" is a song by American rock band Bon Jovi from their thirteenth studio album, This House Is Not for Sale. It was released as the album's lead single on August 12, 2016. The song was written by Jon Bon Jovi, John Shanks, and Billy Falcon, and it was produced by Bon Jovi and Shanks. Bon Jovi has said of "This House Is Not for Sale": "this song is about integrity and what we were going through these last three years.
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The best tracks in the album are the least techno-fied. Come On In," a solo shot, and the down-and-dirty "Just Like a Woman" has a non-trip-hopped Burnside mining tough riffs for all their emotion. Let My Baby Ride" with a stomping, looped beat, is still recognizable as Burnside and works well. On the other hand, "Don't Stop Honey" and "It's Bad You Know" take the techno tampering too far, and the results are feckless shells of what were once gritty blues.
Consonance is typically used to refer to the repetition of ending sounds that are consonants, but it can refer to repetition of consonant sounds within the word as well. Often, consonance is used to create a rhyme or cadence. Consonance differs from alliteration and assonance. Alliteration, remember, is the repetition of a sound at the beginning of a word. Assonance is the repetition of a vowel sound. Pitter Patter, Pitter Patter-repetition of the "t," and "r" sounds. The lint was sent with the tent-repetition of the "nt" sound. I think I like the pink kite-repetition of the "k" sound. 4. I held my nose in the breeze so I would not sneeze on your knees-repetition of the "z" sound (caused by "z" and "s"). 5. Her foot left a print on the carpet-repetition of the "t" sound. 6. Odds and ends-repetition of the "d" and "s" sounds. Examples of Consonance in Literature