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HOMONYMS Correctly pronounced these associated words are not in every instance true homonyms.

ail

buy

bay

isle

ball ale bawl air bare ere bear e'er base heir bass aisle

bey I'll

be all bee awl beach altar beech alter beat

beet ark beau ascent bow assent been ate bin eight beer auger bier augur bell aught belle ought berry bad bury bade berth

boar

cent cousin bore by sent cozen board bye

scent

council bored calendar cereal counsel bold calender serial creak bowled canon cession creek bolder cannon session crews boulder canvas chased cruise bole canvass chaste currant boll capital chews current bowl capitol choose cymbal borough carat choir symbol burro caret

dear burrow carrot chord deer bough cast cord dew bow caste clause due brake caster claws die break castor climb dye breach cause clime dire breech caws coarse dyer bread cede course doe bred seed collar dough broach ceiling choler done brooch sealing colonel dun but

cell kernel dost butt. sell

birth

dust

arc

earn

flea

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flour

grease hole know main flee Greece whole no Maine

flew groan holy lain mane ay flue grown wholly lane marshal aye

grocer hourleach · martial flower grosser our leech mall ewe floe guessed hoard lead maul yew

flow guest horde led maize you fore hail in leased maze eyelet four hale inn least mean islet fort hair indict lessen mien fain forte hare indite lesson meat fein forth hall

jam

lie meet feign fourth haul jamb lye mete faint foul hart key links medal feint fowl heart quay lynx meddle fair · frays heal kill liar metal fare phrase heel kiln lyre mettle false freeze hear knave load might faults frieze here nave lode mite fate gait heard knead loan miner fête gate herd need lone minor feat

hew knew loot missed feet guild

hue

new lute mist ferrule gilt higher knight made moan ferule guilt hire

night maid mown find grate him knit mail morn fined great hymn nit male mourn firi grater hoes knot mantel muscle fur greater hose not mantle mussel

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lllllllananlnius

gild

mews

ir

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ore

one

sane

pail

poll

le

mews pearl rap muse purl

wrap naypeer read neigh pier reed none pendant read nun pendent red

plain reek

plane wreak o'er plait rest ode plate wrest owed plum retch plumb

wretch won pole rice

rise pore right pain pour rite pane

pray wright pair prey write

pride ring pear pried wring pause' profit road paws prophet rode peace quarts rowed piece quartz roe peak

rain row peek rein pique reign roll

raise roam rays Rome raze

pale

rootshear stake
route sheer steak
rood
shoe

steal rude shoo

steel rote shone step wrote shown steppe rough sighs stile

ruff size style r ye sight straight wry cite strait sail site succor sale scull sucker skull

suite seine slay sweet scene sleigh tail

sleight tale sea slight taper see soar tapir seam sore tare seem sole tear sear soul taught seer some taut sere sum 'tea

tee surf sun team serge stair teem surge stare tear sew staid tier stayed the

thee

seen

pare

serf

son

role

peal

peel

SO

SOW

to

wood would yoke yolk

their

troop vice waive there

too troupe vise wave throe two vail waist way throw told vale waste weigh throne tolled veil wait weak thrown ton vain weight week threw tun

ware weather through tract vein wear wether toe

tracked vial wade whirl tow

viol weighed whorl.

vane

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