In this example, the consonant s in particular is repeated.
The cacophony of cutlery and conversation, the overladen dining table and refilling one's plate make the standard festive atmosphere.
Cacophony creates a jarring poetic effect in writing in which the reader is suddenly bombarded with a series of noisy and uncomfortable consonant sounds.
What need we fear who knows it, when none can call our power to account? Note, though, that the s is a soft sound which is more euphonic than cacophonic.
Comic books use onomatopoeias words that mimic sounds in order to bring auditory imagery to the action.
The woods became alive with sound, a great cacophony of noises rising as the two beings fought.