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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 5 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   8.51

     challenging words:    onomatopoeia, oversprinkle, sledges, tintinnabulation, ding-dong, merriment, novels, graphic, meaning, spelled, imitation, verse, crystalline, tock, describe, mechanical
     content words:    Bang Boom Burp Buzz Clang, Clunk Crackle Fizz Hiccup Hiss, Hush Moan Murmur Pop Pow, Ring Screech Snap Splash Thud, Tinkle Whisper Whizz Zip, Edgar Allan

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By Brenda B. Covert

1     There is a six-syllable word that would stump many spelling bee students. It is pronounced on-uh-mat-uh-PEE-uh, and it is spelled o-n-o-m-a-t-o-p-o-e-i-a. Those twelve letters spell out a noun whose meaning is "a word that sounds like the sound it refers to." Onomatopoeia is a vocal imitation of the sound it describes, such as "beep" or "plop" or "ding-dong." When you write sound effects or noises, you are using onomatopoeia.
2     Onomatopoeia can describe the sounds animals make. It can describe mechanical sounds and sounds in nature. An onomatopoeia for the sound of rushing air is "whoosh." Graphic novels and comic strips often employ the use of onomatopoeia as well.

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