Similar sounding word usage:
“Similar sounding word usage”, has its starting point in Latin word “littera” which means to begin with a similar letter. In writing similar sounding word usage implies event of similar letter or sound toward the start of nearby or firmly associated words in verse or exposition.
Peter Pounce (A person in the Novel “Joseph Andrews”)
She sells shells by the beach. (A tongue twister)
How could a mollusk pack in a spotless cream can?
Would you be able to can a can as a canner can a can?
Dan’s canine bird somewhere down in the dam, drinking filthy water as he dove.
The store representative stood and gazed at me in daze.
Dunkin’ Donuts (Brand name)
Your monetary future will fell into a free-fall.
Peter Piper picked a peck of salted peppers
PayPal (Brand name)
The lion licked his lips.
The educator took the miscreants’ toys
Which bone must be crushed to break the camel’s spirit of your desire
Donald Duck (An animation character)
Ronald Reagan (An American Politician)
Michael Moore (An American Documentary movie producer)
Models in Literature:
“For the sky and the ocean, and the ocean and the sky
Lay like a heap on my exhausted eye ”
(“Rime of the Ancient Mariner” By Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
“In the event that I put it in my hitter
It will make my player unpleasant
however, a touch of better spread
Will improve my hitter”
(Youngsters Poem “Betty Botter got some margarine”)
“borne on the casket with white and bristly facial hair”
(Shekespeare’s “The Sonnet” No. 12)
“The splinter’d speare-shafts break and fly”
(“Sir Glahad” sonnet by Alfred Lord Tennyson)
“From forward the deadly midsections of these two adversaries”
(William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet)
“Behemoth greatest brought into the world of earth lifted
His limitlessness: Fleeced the herds and crying out rose”
(“Heaven Lost” Book-VII by John Milton)=