An Alliteration List for Every Letter of the Alphabet
There are many different strings and parts of the English language out there – one being what is known as an alliteration. Here is a list of alliterations for every letter of the alphabet.
An alliteration is a sentence which has almost every word in the sentence beginning with the same letter. This is usually classified tongue twister, a sentence which is quite hard to say. This is due to the similar, but not identical syllables which are strung together in an unusual way.
Be sure to see another list of alliterations, Alliterations for the Alphabet – the Supreme Second.
A: An ape ate an avocado.
B: Baby bananas beat buckwheat bread.
C: Can candles chuck computers?
D: Dogs dig dumb ditches.
E: Epic Elephants eat edible eggs.
F: Fishy flounders fly fast.
G: Groups greet game groups.
H: Happy hippos hassle happily.
I: Itches irritate ill iguanas.
J: Job jogged jingly.
K: Kill known knobs.
L: Lovely lizards live lazily.
M: Mary mumbled many metaphors.
N: Natalie nibbled nine nuggets.
O: Octopus own one oyster.
P: Pat picked pickled pies.
Q: Quinn quit quizzes.
R: Rats rapped rapidly.
S: Sheila’s sons sung solo.
T: This thick thimble thought tightly.
U: Unused urchins unhurt.
V: Veal Vibe.
W: When wheels whip, water whirls.
X: Xavier played Xenia’s Xylophone.
Y: Yachts yap “Yum!”
Z: Zoos zap Zebras.
If you would like to create your own tongue twister, then you can follow these frames and templates:
- Noun, Verb, Adverb.
- Adjective, Noun, Verb, Adverb.
- Noun, Verb, Adjective, Noun.
Some tongue twisters have become quite well known over the years. Here are two:
- She sells sea shells on the sea shore.
- How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
You may also be interested in:
- Alliterations for the letters L, M, S and T
- Alliterations for the Alphabet – The Supreme Second
- Christmas Decorations and the Tree – Fake or Real?