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The cables really don't make much difference. If you're a fanatic, you can spend hundreds of dollars on fragile gold cables and you probably won't be able to tell the difference. About the only way that cables could make a noticable difference is if your mixer has an optical out and the speakers hav…
First, think of your favorite hobby. If it's camping, you're adventurous. If it's acting, you're outstanding. If it's gymnastics, you're sporty. And so on. Next, think of the people you like. if you like shy people, you are mostly also shy. If you like mean people, you are mostly a bully. If you lik…
That is basicly just the sound of your heart beating, nothing more, nothing less. If you sit or lie down in a certain way, sometimes you can hear it.
I'm not aware of this being a symptom of high blood pressure, but it is a typical symptom of a blocked or bent Eustachian Tube. It could …
You hiccup because your diaphram spazzez.
There is no proven evidence that hiccups are caused by a lack of carbon dioxide in the blood. At this moment in time, no actual cause is known for the cause of hiccups.
Please see the "Related Links" section of this answer for more information on h…
consumption of alcohol, smoking, change in temperature, excitement, shock or stress
Onomatopoeia is the formation or use of words such as buzz or murmur that imitate the natural sounds associated with actions they refer to. Other examples are boom, rattle, crackle, squawk, and snap. Both verbs and nouns may both fall into this category. For instance: The duck squawked at the dog. …
"Rawwrr" and "Fweeet" could be noises you might hear at a zoo.
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issues was impaired from late in 2003, when a number of Internet
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'The wind is a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees, The moon is a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas, The road is a ribbon of moonlight, over the purple moon, And the highway man came riding- Riding-riding- The highway man came riding, up to the old inn-door.' Verse 1 - The Highwaym…
Sun is a star
Stick your thumb in a coke bottle and "pop" it out. Clap you hands when flat and then when cupped (much louder). The majority of the sound is from the rapid change in air compression. In the case of the fingers, the air pocket made by the lower 2 fingers when rapidly struck by the releasing middl…
not a male.
Jupiter is the fifth planet from sun and also the biggest in solar system
The physical reason we hiccup is due to sudden contractions of
muscles used for respiration, specifically to inhale. As the muscles begin to move, the glottis snaps shut and closes off the windpipe, causing the 'hic' noise associated with hiccups.
The science world is still trying to work out …
choo choo choo
That is the correct spelling of most uses of the word "water" (H2O).
I'm throwing down the Onomatopoeic Gauntlet! Splat! How about:
eeeee-uuuuu-eeeee-uuuuu-eeeee-uuuuu. It is a siren. Depending on
the country you are in, sirens may have completely different
It is alliteration because the first letter of most words in the phrase is the same.
It is both. The "s" and "sh" sounds are repeated, which accounts for alliteration. But also, the sounds of the words imitate the sound that waves would make, splashing to shore.
Of course I get hiccups everybody does and if you don't i don't think you can be human......or dog, maybe even cat
likelicklike when you say the word it sounds the actionn. x
it is boobs
Onomatopoeia is a word that phonetically imitates or suggests the sound it is describing. Some examples (not including those that duplicate existing words): BaaBangBeepBoomBuzzCroakHissHumMeowOinkPowShhSwishSwooshWham
The sun does not influence our electricity, because most forms of electricity do not rely on the sun to supply power.
Electricity is the flow of electrical power or charge. It is a secondary energy source which means that we get it from the conversion of other sources of energy, like coal, natural …
Weave twin together
In the states, cows sounds are interpreted as Mooooo. In
Asian Countries, cow sounds are interpreted as Ambaaaa.
The onomatopoeia for the sound of a cow is "moo".
However, the actual sound is a long, lowing sound like
"murrr" or "mrurr".
When making noise through its mouth it is a mooing typ…
alliteration is very common in English. alliteration makes language
The word that rhymes with voyage is annoyage and if you think that it is not a real word you need to go to the librery all the way up in Africa because that is the only place where you can find that word in real life. And i have already got one and it says: annoyage: the word meaning very disturbed…
Mars is the 4th planet from the Sun.
shuffle tap dancing
The sounds of the words "whirling," "twirling," "swishing" and "swaying" may evoke ideas of the sounds of dance. Some names of particular dances may evoke the sounds of the dances they denote, such as The Charleston, which slightly resembles the sound of the…
dark is to light as laugh is to cry glue : sticks :: thorns : key is to lock as pen is to paper.
OnomatopoeiaWater makes sounds like "bloop" or "blub, blub", or the more common "drip."
In the right context, the word "sigh" can be onomatopoetic. The word "sigh" imitates, to a certain degree, what a sigh sounds like. Consider these lines by Theodore Roethke:
"I knew a woman, lovely in her bones. When small birds sighed, she would sigh back at them..."
Birds don't really sigh, …
you need a twig a plate and wraping paper
An onomatopoeia is a sound word. ex. Buzz, Boom, Bang, Crash, Zip
you An analogy is an extended metaphor. It is used to add clarity and detail to your writing. An example of an analogy would be the following: "The stray dog was a lot like a homeless person; it showed up whenever it wanted to, it didn't look like it had bathed in weeks, and it would disappear ever…
An onomatopoeia is a figure of speech where somewhere in the sentence, there is a sound word. An example of a sound word is:
buzz bang boom slap
onomatopoeia in a sentence: The cat meowed to his owner for something to eat. Meowed is a onomatopoeia.
1.movement or procedure with uniform or patterned recurrence of a beat, accent, or the like.2.Music.a.the pattern of regular or irregular pulses caused in music by the occurrence of strong and weak melodic and harmonic beats.b.a particular form of this: duple rhythm; triple rhythm.3.measured movemen…
there isn't any
Street light is like light at night
Or some words to help another word describe it:
An onamatopoeia is a word or a grouping of words that imitates the
sound it is describing, suggesting its source object, such as
"click," "clang," "buzz," or animal noises such as "oink", "quack",…
Any word that imitates a sound such as snap, le or popDefinition: the formation of a word, as cuckoo or boom, by imitation of a sound made by or associated with its referent.
examples:Bang,zap,buzz,click,ding,dong,tik,tok,zip,clap,and tap. :)
The train click-clucked, click-clucked monostonously over the rail.
"Plop-plop-fizz-fizz, oh what a relief it is." --Alka Seltzer ad
"And, as in uffish thought he stood,
The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,
Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,
And burbled as it came!
One, two! One, two! An…
The sound of a ball going through the net is a "swish" or a "swoosh."
The previous answer here was "no idea man", so I will add just one reasonable answer to replace it: The image or symbol of Che Guevara's face i.e. 'Guerrillero Heroico' is now used for countless capitalist means. For example, you will see his face printed on many items to be bought, thereby being a…
All around the cobbler's bench, The monkey chased the weasel.The monkey thought 'twas all in fun, Pop! goes the weasel.A penny for a spool of thread, A penny for a needle.That's the way the money goes, Pop! goes the weasel.
To exhale audibly in a long deep breath, as in weariness or relief.
the effect that a simile has in a poem is that it paints a picture in our minds as a simile is a descriptive set of words.:)
It is a way to see differentences between items. Like:
Cow is to barn as elephant is to zoo.
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The onomatopoeia for a goose is "honk."They may go "honk honk" or hiss.
In the link, work your way down to Part 2, verse 6 for a unique and aurally interesting use of onomatopoeia by Noyes. Before you get to that verse, you will see that Noyes uses repeating words in a way that makes them onomatopoeic in effect, even if they are not technically so.
This is a poem but it has onomatopoeia in it: On The Ning Nang Nong by spike mulligan. a song is firework by Katy perry
Onomatopoeia is the use of words which sound like the sound they represent.
He heard the cockerel crying "cockadoodledo", the ducks quacking, the cows mooing, the sheep baaing and a cat miaowing.
A door banged and someone sneezed "atishoo". For breakfast he had a cereal that went "snap, crackle an…
A tinkle is a sound.
Onomatopoeia are words like buzz,bam!,crash!,Thunk!
Neptune is it
the 4th planet from the sun is Mars
last time i heard it gave light but it cant be that simple if you are asking that question
Splash,boom,buzz,sentence-the bee buzz all around
When we urinate, we lose a considerable volume of liquid away from the body. The volume of liquid (urine) shares the normal body temperature. When we lose urine, the body temperature drops slightly. The brain detects the slight drop of body temperature sending an impulse to regain normal body tem…
buzz bang crackle splash sputter boom meow quack chirpboomzizzleclick its just noises Boom, splat. Words that imitate the sound if what they describe. Splash.Psss.........The boy said Drip,drip,the water fell to the floorPoof, the genie granted his wish
To say "the cat purred" would be an example of onomatopoeia.
A cat would normally say "miaow" or "prrrr".
The word is spelled onomatopoeia, and simply means names for sounds that are spelled as they are heard. Examples include boom, buzz, hiss.
The sounds LUB and DUB (also dup) are used to indicate a human heartbeat, with the LUB sound made by the closing of atrioventricular valves, and the DUB by the closing of the exterior or semilunar valves (aortic valves and pulmonary valve).
the rhyme at a end of a poem?
"Susie saw seashells at the seashore" is an example of alliteration, words starting with same sound.
Comment It probably also qualifies as a mild tongue twister.
Definition: onomatopoeia are words that sound like the objects they name or the sounds those objects make.
Zip goes the jacket " Zip" is an onomatopoeia word because it sounds like a jacket is zipping up.
"Zip" is an example of onomatopoeia because it sounds like what it is. When …
The sound of the bee goes buzz. The sound of ball goes bounce bounce bounce. The sound of duck goes quack quack.
Here are some poems that Rhyme >:( The wind in her hair over there The chair that sat with her hair Eyes on eyes Fire and lye in the river sky on I Roses are red (or white) Violets are blue in the sky i will tell you buy Hello! im special im dumb. Rhythm is the alternation of stressed an…
boo - ghost buzz - bee moo - cow ding dong - door bell
ka-boom - explosion
boom!bang!pow!pang!crash!poof! Onomatopoeia is any kind of sound/noise that you can write down. :)
"Susie saw seashells at the seashore" is an example of an alliteration, specifically sibilance.
It is both, actually. The s and sh and z sounds are alliterative, but also evocotive of the sounds that you would hear at the beach.
ouch! grrr! arg! moo! meow! etc.
A good example of onomatopoeia can be found in Wilfred Owen's famous "Anthem for Doomed Youth". The first verse is as follows (the onomatopoeia is indicated in italics):
What passing-bells for these who die as cattle? - Only the monstrous anger of the guns. Only the stuttering rifles' rapid rattl…
Any word that imitates a sound such as snap, crackle or pop
Fizz, pop, bang, crash, plop and crunch....
The sound of disgust for something may be "yuck" or "ick" or "ew" (much longer eww). A longer form of "ick" is "yecch!"
The best-known song based on onomatopoeia must be "Old McDonalds Farm" which contains such lines as: With a "Quack,quack" here and a "Quack,quack" there Here a "Quack", there a "Quack" Everywhere a "Quack,quack" but also the "Trolley Song" famously sung by Judy Garland which starts: Clang ,clan…
cock a doodle doo
An onamatopoeia is a word or a grouping of words that imitates the sound it is describing, suggesting its source object, such as "click," "clang," "buzz," or animal noises such as "oink", "quack", "flap", "slurp", or "meow".
Isn't it a great weather? (it is hailing)
chirp, clank, bang, eek, boing
jea is as slow as a turtle
That would not be known, but it is of Greek origin.
bang, boom, words that describe sounds such as the BUZZING of the bees, the HISSING of the cat, the SQUELCHING of my shoes in the wet mud
you spell it like this roflcopters
pome with sound effects
To begin to think about it, consider the sounds you would actually hear, walking on leaves. They could be dry, dead leaves, or damp leaves, or fresh green leaves recently shaken from a tree in a storm. What would you hear? What kinds of sounds? Probably you are thinking of dry …
An onomatopoeia poem is a poem in which you use "noise" words such as "eeek" or "vrooom" or "oink". They use sound words as you go throughout the poem.a poem that uses a lot of sounds. (A onomatopoeia is a sound.)
Alliteration is the use of repetition of the first one or two letters of words. It's really quite simple. The silly snake stood subjected to slippery snots. Rude rabbits repeat rash words. However, alliteration does not have to be used in excess.------------------- The boat floated along the sile…