Spelling list: Fifteen Examples Of Onomatopoeia

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bumblebee
clang
drizzle
flip-flop
growl A dog might growl to protect its pups.
hiccup
knock There was a knock at the door. *
mumble
Ping-Pong
owl The owl called with a hoot.
patter
quack Quack is the sound a duck makes. *
roar I heard the roar of a wild animal.
sizzle
tick A tick is a small biting insect.

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