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Which of the following definitions of alliterations is supported by information in the passage?
This is the definition of metonymy, not alliteration.
This answer choice correctly paraphrases the definition stated in the passage, which says that alliteration is a literary device in which the author deliberately uses repetition of a sound at the beginning of neighboring words.
This statement describes a use, not the definition, of alliteration.
The passage states that alliteration uses the same sound at the beginning of each word. We are not told that those sounds may only be consonants.
Alliteration uses the same sound at the beginning, not the end, of each word. This answer choice refers to rhyme.