accessary, accessory; ad, add; ail, ale; air, heir; aisle, I'll, isle; all, awl; allowed, aloud; alms, arms; altar, alter; arc, ark; aren't, aunt; ate, eight; auger, augur; auk, ...
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homonyms, multiple meaning words,
So does a homonym have to be both a homograph and a
a word that is pronounced like another word but is different in meaning, origin, or spelling. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: ...
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