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accentuate
(ak-SENT-choo-ate), transitive verb

To give prominence to; emphasize or intensify.
alliteration
(a-lit-er-A-shun), noun

The repitition of the same sounds, usually consonants or consonant clusters, especially at the beginning of words.

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
analogy
(a-NAL-a-gee), noun

Similarity in some respects between things that are otherwise unlike; an explanation of something by comparing it to something else.

The author used the analogy of a beehive when describing the bustling city.
antibody
(An-tee-bod-e), noun

A protein produced in the blood or tissues in response to the presence of a specific toxin, foreign blood cell, or other antigen.
aspire
(a-SPIRE), transitive verb

To have great ambition, desire strongly.

Frank aspires to become a great soccer player.