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Definition of Onomatopoeia, Alliteration, and Assonance?

The Definitions of Onomatopoeia, Alliteration, and Assonance                                 

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Onomatopoeia: words that sound like they mean, cough, shimmering, tintinnabulation.
Alliteration: two or more words starting with the same consonant, Betty's batter is better with butter.
Assonance: two or more word with the same internal vowel sound: sentence based on penitence.