Alliteration: an automatic anger arouser amongst authors around America, Australia, Asia, Austria and Algeria!

Challenged by the question from rutley I decided to express myself for each letter of the alphabet. The only rule was that I did NOT allow myself to use a dictionary or thesaurus! Enjoy.

A to Z... here we go!

A - An advancing army’s allies almost always abandon arms after aggressive assaults.

B - Before black bears breed, better beware because both belong below brown boughs bringing better broods.

C - Can cats consider courteously coming close, ‘coz cute, cuddly chipmunks can?

D - Deilightul daredevils doubtlessly dictate dubiously, “Don’t dare deliver dangerous dung down Deadend Drive.”

E - Every eagle egg exists exactly ‘ere each eaglet emerges, easy eh?

F -Forest foliage fields flying freaks from firearms following from fallow festoons.

G - Generally, gargantuan guest goons gladly get generous, goofy grins going.

H - However high Himalayan heights have hovered haughtily, heroes have hedged hesitantly.

I - Instantly Inuit Indians in icy igloos ingest individual insect innards imitating imaginative iguanas.

J - Jehovahs judges juxtaposed jubilant Jews jumping joyfully.

K - Kings know, karate kicking kitchen knaves, keeps knights kneeling.

L - Lascivious London ladies lustfully linger, lounging lewdly, looking longingly, lest Leeds lads leave.

M - Most monkeys meander malnourished, making many manticores momentarily miss mauling marsupials.

N - Nubile nymphs never need nuptials, nor normally notice Northern Neanderthal nincompoops, needlessly necking nearby.

O - Overseas, old oriental oracles obsess openly over ostentatious opium outlaws often offering overpriced options.

P - Physical players plan participation, perhaps pounding potential pitchers, predominantly portraying passionate performances.

Q - Quizzical queens quietly question queer quests, quick quails & quotation quotas.

R - Rarely, reluctant robin redbreasts, return restless, risking ranging retribution results.

S - Silently, slimy salamanders sneak sideways, subtly securing sustenance so sweetly some spiders simply surrender.

T - The thought that thirty-three theorists through to this Thursday tell terrific, true tales, teeters tentatively towards thesaurus thumbing.... tada!

U - Under umbrellas, useless Uncles understand utopian users unendingly usher usurpers upwards.

V - Various violent victors, validating vindictive voices, verbalize vehemently.

W - When western women want washing, we will wager whatever when wondering whether warts will wither.

X - Xylophone x-rays x-radiate Xerox (That’s all folks!)

Y - “Yeah, yesterday, yonder, your youthful yak yelled”, yammered young Yves.

Z - Zero zany zebras zoned, zigzagging zesty zoos.

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rutley 4 years ago from South Jersey

Absolutely AWESOME! I can't believe how good you are! Way to go....voted up! Was it really my question that inspired you? This is what I mean about creativity that comes about when challenged to write.....even if it is corny and an old English exercise!

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petenali 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada Author

Yep, your comment got me going. Thanks.

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flashmakeit 4 years ago from usa

I love it you put a smile on my face knowing you took the time to write all those sentence like that.

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petenali 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada Author

@flashmakeit - thanks. I had a lot of fun doing it too!

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Gloshei 4 years ago from France

Fantastic I had great fun reading it. It must have taken a while to do.

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petenali 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada Author

@Gloshei - I had great fun writing it. Struggled on the letter 'X' but other than that it kinds flowed.. Thanks for commenting.

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