Consonance: The repetition of consonants in words stressed in the same place (but whose vowels differ). Also, a kind of inverted alliteration, in which final consonants, rather than initial or medial ones, repeat in nearby words. Consonance is more properly a term associated with modern poetics than with historical rhetorical terminology.
I thought you went crazy, as hazy as you were about the crash, but cash will bring you back to clarity–a rarity even with money on the table and no accident to speak of. Now tell us, what happened and it’ll be a payday. Anyway, just tell us what you remember. The more detail, the better.
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)