Homeoteleuton is a word worth knowing. For this is a manner of speech fun to use, full of juice and not too profuse where words or phrases end similarly in rapid succession.
The homeoteleuton's opposite, in a manner of speaking, is the alliteration, of course — words beginning similarly in rapid succession, as in "forever finding favoritely frequented folders faster than formerly":
›› Go to your most frequented folders without going through a long list. Here's how to set up favorite folders in Mac OS X Mail, and how to open them with keyboard shortcuts.