Consonance - words with the same consonant sound anywhere
Consonance is the use of similar-sounding consonants anywhere in the words, and gives pleasing sounds to sentences.
To remember, consider this:
Typically, the repetition of the sound occurs at the end of the words, but may also be found within a word, or at the beginning.
Slither and slather.
My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. – John F. Kennedy
What’s the difference between consonance and alliteration?
Alliteration is similar initial consonant sound – i.e., the similar sounds are always at the start of words. Consonance is similar consonant sound anywhere in words.