The imagery is the mental image we have of the sound of flapping birds' wings. Onomatopoeia is defined as the formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named (e.g.

The wandering albatross can travel 500 to 600 miles in a single day without even flapping its wings. They are one of the many blocks in the Mario franchise. gag. This lovely onomatopoeic word captures a striking, intangible airiness and delicate swooshing with its light syllables and buoyant rhythm. creak. If you see one flapping its wings, be careful not to inhale any of the dust.

It can maintain speeds higher than 127 km/hour for more than eight hours. Blocks, also known as Flying Prize Blocks, are ? If the wings are really big, I take a thin shirt, put it on and pull it out with the mic underneath it and with the feather duster beat it … Blocks with wings. flap the wings rapidly or fly with flapping movements.
And rested in complete satisfaction. Onomatopoeia. The imagery is the mental image we have of the sound of flapping birds' wings. Year 9: DaForest techniques 8 Terms. flutter. giggle. Features. a short labored intake of breath with the mouth open. a restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking. flap /flap/ Verb(of a bird) Move (its wings) up and down when flying or preparing to fly. a woman who sees something surprising. ugh. a student who doesn't want to do homework. a fast gait of a horse.

whizz. The sad bird rested peacefully in my hand.
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Zoe. Blue; Yellow : Its wings, covered with poisonous powders, repel water. simile "Cars crawled along he road like ants."

glug. Like Like. ... Onomatopoeia 20 Terms. giggle. gag. This is the skill of dynamic soaring imbibed in the albatross. gallop. By: gracesunshine on October 30, 2014 at 11:59 am. wave – flap – fly – flicker noun. flutáter /_fl_t_r/ Verb (of a bird or other winged creature) Fly unsteadily or hover by flapping the wings quickly and lightly. (Some words are shown more than once because the sounds they imitate fall under more than one category.) This is where onomatopoeia enters the scene. Reply. By: leo hernandez on November 7, 2014 at 12:42 pm. old stairs. Onomatopoeia’s one of my favorite literary devices to use and I’m always looking for new ones.

... flutter - the sound of flying unsteadily or hovering by flapping the wings quickly and … giggle. rinse one's mouth and throat with a liquid.

… These blocks fly around from left to right or from up and down. cuckoo, sizzle). Onomatopoeia is a common literary device to use while writing that many people use every single day – often times without even realizing they are using a form of it!