Assonance is a vowel sound that is repeated internally in words in a phrase.
end rhyme --A regularly repeated line or phrase at the end of a stanza is a "refrain."
repeated phrase or motif
"It came to pass..." is the most repeated phrase in the Book of Mormon. It is found over 1300 times!
a jargon or colloquialisms
A phrase that is repeated again and again
A zikr (or dhikr) is an Islamic prayer where a phrase or expression of phrase is repeated continually.
Phrase is repeated at different pitch with different degrees of tones. :))
Multiplication is repeated when one number is repaeted. This can also include a phrase. Such as 3.1212121212121212121212. Then just draw a line over the first number or phrase that is repeating.
No person shall be' is the phrase that is repeated in both the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendment to the US Constitution. The Fifth Amendment is part of the Bill of Rights.
No. It isn't "repitition". It is "repetition."
They repeated the phrase "Never shall I forget..."
This phrase is repeated 51 times in the King James Version.
The phrase "no person shall be" is repeated in the 5th and 14th Amendments to the US Constitution. Both of the phrases refer to people will not be denied certain rights.
Ostinato - a motif or phrase which is persistently repeated at the same pitch. Riff - a repeated chord progression.
A chant, a hymn, a mantra or a refrain
This phrase is an example of the literary device alliteration, or repeated consonant sounds.
Ostinato is a motif or phrase, which is persistently repeated in the same musical voice
Repetitive, or repeated.