Alliteration is the use of the same consonant sounds in words that are near each other. It is the sound, not the letter, that is important: therefore ‘city’ and ‘code’ do not alliterate, but ‘kitchen’ and ‘code’ do. The Poetry Archive



How alliterate are you?

Which are alliterations?

Cupboard’s contents
Crowded kitchen
Kitchen knife
Chef’s knife
Crowded room
Keep calm
Church choir
Cherry cola