Style No. 21: Homeoteleuton

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Style No. 21: Homeoteleuton

(First time here? Click to find out what’s going on, or read the original anecdote in the margin.)

Wikipedia: Homeoteleuton is the repetition of endings in words. It is also known as near rhyme.

An immature connoisseur whistleur of orange allure sees the big picture and passes air pressure. His cocksure adventurer, arm curvature autour his figure, is in rapture at the juncture of fans of scripture and Sanskrit literature. An unsure grandmothure with an impure treasure upon her cranial structure avoids exposure beneath her vestiture. Meanwhure, behind thure a seriure mure looks knowinglure the othure wure.

A picture with a mixture of youngstures and donkures (Mali 2012).

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