sb., -en, -er, -erne (rim hvor kun vokalerne stemmer overens)

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  • assonant — assonant, ante [ asɔnɑ̃, ɑ̃t ] adj. • 1721; lat. assonans, p. prés. de adsonare → assonance ♦ Qui produit une assonance. Voyelle assonante. Rimes assonantes. ● assonant, assonante adjectif Qui produit une assonance. assonant, ante adj. Qui forme… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Assonant — As so*nant, a. [L. assonans, p. pr. of assonare to sound to, to correspond to in sound; ad + sonare to sound, sonus sound: cf. F. assonant. See {Sound}.] 1. Having a resemblance of sounds. [1913 Webster] 2. (Pros.) Pertaining to the peculiar… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • assonance — (n.) 1727, resemblance of sounds between words, from Fr. assonance, from assonant, from L. assonantem (nom. assonans), prp. of assonare to resound, respond to, from ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + sonare to sound (see SOUND (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • assonance — /ˈæsənəns / (say asuhnuhns) noun 1. resemblance of sounds. 2. a substitute for rhyme, in which the same vowel sounds, though with different consonants, are used in the terminal words of lines, as penitent and reticence. 3. alliteration; use of… …  

  • assonance — [as′ə nəns] n. [Fr < L assonans, prp. of assonare, to sound in answer < ad , to + sonare, SOUND1, v.] 1. likeness of sound, as in a series of words or syllables 2. Prosody repetition of a vowel sound in stressed syllables in which the… …   English World dictionary

  • as|so|nance — «AS uh nuhns», noun. 1. resemblance in sound of words or syllables. Example: Wa ken lords and la dies ga y. 2. a substitute for rhyme in which the vowels are alike but the consonants are different. Examples: brave vain, lone show, man hat,… …   Useful english dictionary

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