The Medieval English verses are full of alliterations and alliterative and rhythmic phrases. The tradition of composing alliterative verses was, however, discontinued in the modern English period. Among the modern poets A.C. Swinburne was the greatest composer of alliterative lines.
The English language abounds in alliterative and rhythmic phrases. Few of the alliterative and rhythmic phrases have been compiled here for your reference. The following alliterative and rhythmic phrases have been selected from a Dictionary.
Tangled and tortuous ways of thought - Swinburne
To have a taste and talent for
Tedious and troublesome travels
To take the time and trouble to do something
Toil and trouble
To be subject to travails, trials and tribulations
A tried and trusty friend
Never trouble the trouble till trouble troubles you