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  1. NOTE: I responded to this comment by email at the time it was left, but I don’t want it to appear that I don’t respond to readers’ comments.

    No, these are not examples of alliteration. The s in silly is not the same sound as the sh in sheep. Likewise, the c in clawed is not the sound of ch.

  2. I hope you can help me. I am wanting to know if these phrases are examples of alliteration:
    silly sheep
    clawed and chewed

    I look forward to your advice.

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