IT is discribing his wings as being frightening, when they are only wings.
Alliteration is a figure of speech in which the same consonant sound is repeated in the sentence. The initial syllable or the words with similar sounds appear in the same sentence. The repetition of the consonant sound appears in alliteration. In the given sentence, the words 'frightening', 'flap', 'feathered' begins with the same consonant sound 'f'. Hence, in this line alliteration has been used.
Explanation: alliteration is a literary device that consists in the repetition of the beginning sounds of consecutive words, or words that are close to each other. In the given line, we can see an example of the use of alliteration, in the repetition of the "f" sound in the words "frightening," "flap," and "feathered." This repetition is used to convey the idea of the actual sound of the wings.
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