No, but it can be if you make it smash or shatter.
The name of an English writer who penned Canterbury Tales?
Boiling of SunSweat of SunStickyness of SunGas of SunLight of Sun
Take your diamond to a diamond cutter and ask for an opinion as to the best way to salvage what can be preserved from the shattered diamond. It is possible that it is beyond repair, but sight-unseen, no opinion is valid.
The moon is silent, therefore there are really no onomatopoetic words which describe the moon. Onomatopoeia is a literary device in which the sound of the words being used mimic the sound of the object or action being described.
Yes, the word cling is an onomatopoeia.
The word hiss is an example of onomatopoeia - when a word is formed from the sound of something.
No, sweep is not an onomatopoeia.
technically, it is an onomatopoeia sound, but its not a word, and an onomatopoeia is a word which sounds similar (colloquially/vocally) to its meaning.
No, 'popping' is not an onomatopoeia. However, just the word "pop" is regarded as an onomatopoeia.
Its onomatopoeiae...you can also use onomatopoeias.
Phone Isn't onomatopoeia!
you can onomatopoeia in a swimming class
An onomatopoeia is a sound word, such as Slam! or Woof!Therefore, an onomatopoeia for bees is Bzzz.
an onomatopoeia is the use of word that denotes a thing that produces such a sound that is suggested by the phonetic quality of the word..
Yes , "Fizz" is an onomatopoeia which is a word that mimics the sound .