Examples of Homophones
Post by nattttA homophone ("same sound") is a word that has the same pronunciation as another word, but a different meaning.
Posted on 2011-04-01 09:21:25
For example, punch and punch are homophones, but so are creak (the sound) and creek (a tiny river). Homophones don"t have to be spelled the same way.
More examples of homophones:
Acts, Axe, Ax
Adds, Ads, Adze
Bare, Bear, Bier
Boar, Boor, Bore
Bole, Boll, Bowl
Flew, Flue, Flu
Fore, For, Four
Main, Mane, Mein
Meat, Meet, Mete
Pair, Pare, Pear
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