use onomatopoeia in a sentence.
It sounds like an onomatopoeia for vomiting.
It would be very difficult to do that since onomatopoeia is a concept and concepts don't make sounds.
I have a friend who, every time he tell someone what onomatopoeia means, points out that, oddly enough, onomatopoeia is not itself onomatopoeic.
Heh, the onomatopoeia in this article really rescued it towards the end there.
Why do all these regex utilities sound like onomatopoeias for really obscene things?
I found an identicon onomatopoeia:
I've always liked the idea of "conceptual onomatopoeias": - the word "word" - the sound of the word "sound" - the thought of a thought...
I can't speak for the others, but I, for one, was disappointed to see that this was not the Norwegian comedian, as I'd really love to see him linking caturday with onomatopoeia.
I think you have misspelled the word "onomatopoeia".
A world like onomatopoeia being onomatopoeic isn't that far-fetched.
PS: "tchanananam" is a brazilian expression onomatopoeia when there is a punch line revelation...
Well, my thinking was: Euroclydon's friend likes to be technically correct about the term onomatopoeia, and jimmyk chimes in with the same level of technical correctness on the matter.
To give my post some much-needed useful content, and not look as though I was simply sniping someone's spelling, I may as well share my mnemonic for spelling "onomatopoeia.