Are there any grammatically sound sentences in English, where every word starts with the same letter?
The following two responses may invoke an enjoyably good laugh:
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An aged anglophile ate algae and angora, and afterwards anticipated an aching abdomen, and, agreeing amicably about atheism, avoided answering angry Anglicans about Abrahamic advocacy, and, articulating antitheses, answered an advanced absurd argument against antidisestablishmentarianism.