alliteratively alliteratively


  • (adv) in an alliterative manner


  1. America the Vincible couches its philippics in an aphoristic style of baroque density, alliteratively peppered with Peter Piperisms, e.
  2. The alliteratively named Selma Sumlin, who introduced herself as Miz Sumlin, got on board in Arcadia for a joyride to the next town.


  • Transportation Watch: Which subway line is the dirtiest...

    Which subway line is the dirtiest of them all? That would be the D train, appropriately and alliteratively enough, according to the annual study conducted by the Straphangers' Campaign. But riders of other trains, take heed, as research also found...
    on March 21, 2014     Source: Curbed New York

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