One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of a word or line) have a sound, especially a vowel sound, that corresponds to another.‘the device recurs in stanza III, using fail to assonate with rain’‘all the lines rhyme or assonate’‘the assonating phrase sweet sleep’
Early 17th century: from Latin assonatus, past participle of assonare (see assonance).
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