Definition of alliterative
: of, relating to, or marked by alliteration
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Organizers have the alliterative theme going, touting it as Bash on the Banks: Beer, Bacon, Bourbon, Boat Parade.
Here, siblings with alliterative names demonstrate skills.
Pittsburgh's Democratic Mayor Bill Peduto promptly took to Twitter to push back against the President's alliterative phrasing.
But the guests of honor at Catch LA that night in November were three young women who are rich but not yet famous: Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet, the spawn — just to be alliterative about it — of Sylvester Stallone.
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