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Examples of Onomatopoeia


Onomatopoeia

Post by natttt
Posted on 2011-01-07 01:30:42
Onomatopoeia is the imitation of natural sounds in word form. These words help us form mental pictures about the things, people, or places that are described. Sometimes the word names a thing or action by copying the sound.

Examples of Onomatopoeia are:

1 - Cock-a-doodle-do, crowed the rooster.
2 - The clock goes ticktock.
3 - The cow says moo all day long.
4 - With the click of a mouse I can open another window on my computer.
5 - The duck quacked at the bird.
6 - Zip up your pants.
7 - The birds like to tweet outside my window.
8 - Don"t belch so loud.
9 - I was so cold my teeth were chattering.
10 - I heard the bees buzzing.
11 - Don"t beep that horn again.
12 - Phew, that stinks.
13 - I love to sniff a good smelling flower
14 - The pig squealed.
15 - I love chrunchy potatoe chips.
16 - Drip, drip, drip, went the faucet all day long.
17 - Baa, baa whaled the sheep.
18 - Everyone in the room snapped their fingers to the music.
19 - Don"t bump your head on the door.
20 - The fireworks at the parade made a loud boom!
21 - The birds were fluttering their wings.
22 - Yikes! I almost fell off my skateboard.
23 - Mom said, "don"t plop on the sofa".
24 - I love to hear my cat purr.
25 - Poof! The magician made the rabbit disappear.
26 - The pipes rattled in the basement.
27 - I heard the tires schreech as he tried to put on brakes.
28 - The fire crackled as it kept us warm from the fireplace.
29 - The steaks sizzled on the grill.
30 - We heard the lion roar.
31 - Clap your hands a little louder.
32 - Don"t bam on that table again.
33 - If the dog barks again take him outside.
34 - The water bubbled up from the sink.
35 - Eek ! I saw a mouse.
36 - The symbals gave a clink and a clang as we marched with the band.
37 - Thump him on the head to get his attention.
38 - I heard the whizz of the ball as he hit a home run.
39 - My teacher told me to shoosh , because I was making too much noise.
40 - I heard a knock at the door.
41 - The murmur of his words were barely audible.
42 - Zing, went the violin strings.
43 - Did he slash the tires?
44 - Tsk,tsk,tsk, what a bad decision that was.
45 - The door creaked as the wind blew it shut.
46 - The owl hooted as it sat in the tree.
47 - Grandma loves to hear the pitter-patter of little feet around the house.
48 - I love to splash in the water.
49 - The rustle of the leaves reminds me March winds are here.
50 - Hum me an old favorite tune.
51 - My son swooshed the basketball into the net.
52 - Ding went the bell as it fell on the floor.
53 - Did your child flush the toilet?
54 - He let out a loud whoop at the graduation ceremony.
55 - Ugh, that cough syrup tastes nasty.
56 - And phew, it smells bad too.
57 - Huh? Could you speak up .
58 - She loved to jangle her bracelets.
59 - When I click my tongue, it makes a clucking sound.
60 - The birds in the tree went cheep, cheep, cheep until they were fed.


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