Onomatopoeia in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Onomatopoeia

a word that has the same sound as its pronunciation

Examples of Onomatopoeia in a sentence

One example of onomatopoeia is the word “buzz”. 🔊

When asked to point out the onomatopoeia in the sentence describing a bird, I pointed to “chirp”.  🔊

My class assignment involves writing a poem that contains onomatopoeia, a word that sounds exactly like its pronunciation. 🔊

Because Catie wanted to draw a picture depicting onomatopoeia, she sketched a picture of a lion roaring.  🔊

When the cow says, “moo”, it is giving an example of onomatopoeia.  🔊

Is shooting a gun and saying “bang”, the only way you can illustrate onomatopoeia?  🔊

If you include onomatopoeia such as “tweet” in a poem about birds, it will create a distinct impression because it will allow the reader to hear the sound the bird makes.  🔊

The use of onomatopoeia in a passage will give the section a rhythmic feel because of the tone that is heard when the word is spoken.  🔊

Since we were supposed to raise our hands when we perceived onomatopoeia, I raised my hand when the cat said “meow” on the audiotape.  🔊

To write a sentence that contains onomatopoeia, you would need to write an independent clause that includes a word that sounds like what it indicates.  🔊

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