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_______ is a type of figurative language that involves the repetition of vowel sounds. A. Consonance B. Anaphora C. Alliteration D. Assonance
Assonance is a type of figurative language that involves the repetition of vowel sounds.
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Assonance is a type of figurative language that involves the repetition of vowel sounds.

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