(1) ├ö├ç├┐Zing├ö├ç├û was the only proper onomatopoeia one could ever really come up with.(2) I've been thinking recently about onomatopoeia : the sound words we use to describe actions.(3) It's obvious I'm horribly out of place: I don't know what onomatopoeia means, I don't like metafiction, I haven't read any of the BrontÔö£┬¢ sisters, and I don't care about the correct placement of semi-colons; I'm on edge.(4) It may have imagery, alliteration, and/or onomatopoeia if desired by the writer.(5) The sounds of living, onomatopoeia and words, were the purpose of that voice.(6) It's interesting to me that in your work, apart from an obvious concern about ethics per se here, the text itself almost becomes cyborgian, almost becomes genetically modified and that's what you're talking about - the onomatopoeia .(7) What he admired in these poets was their inventive use of word and sound in every device of onomatopoeia , alliteration, pun and palindrome.(8) There is a penchant for onomatopoeia in this poetry that insists on the glottal while pushing toward an uncanny, tin-canny tune: gling and ting, KABOOM and kerpow, dzziitt, shh sh, tsk tsk.(9) If you're sceptical about the role played by sound symbolism and straight-out onomatopoeia in word origins, Liberman marshals some impressive evidence in its favour.(10) Some people just use onomatopoeia , while others insist on miming the playing of drums and crashing of cymbals.(11) Let's just say there's an element of onomatopoeia in the phrase.(12) Even in its expression it aims at excellence by means of word-play, onomatopoeia , and so forth.(13) Did you ever consider approaching your linguistics department with a master's thesis solely dedicated to onomatopoeia ?(14) This seems like the sort of place that would take onomatopoeia too far.(15) The book is largely wordless, relying instead on a symphony of onomatopoeia .(16) You talk about the ├ö├ç├┐undercurrent of muddlement├ö├ç├û and I love the way you've used the word ├ö├ç├┐muddlement├ö├ç├û, because ├ö├ç├┐muddlement├ö├ç├û almost has an onomatopoeia ; there is muddlement in ├ö├ç├┐muddlement├ö├ç├û.