What is a homonym for "aisle"?

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A homonym for "aisle" is "isle." "Aisle" refers to a narrow walkway separating displays in a store, between seats in a theater or through the center of a church. An "isle" is a small island.

Homonyms are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and mean different things. Other common pairs of homonyms include "way" and "weigh," "cell" and "sell," and "knot" and "not." Some grammar specialists also classify words that are spelled the same but have different meanings as homonyms. This broader definition includes words like "bow," which means both bending the body downwards and a device for shooting arrows, and "fair," which means both pleasing and a carnival.

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