The Same Pronunciation: Homophones With Entirely Different Meanings

After Words That Radically Change The Meaning When Misspelled and Commonly Misspelled Words comes another group of words that is useful to know. Words that are pronounced the same (while usually also spelled differently) but have two or more different meanings.

Homophones: The same pronunciation
air, heir
be, bee
aisle, isle
The Same Pronunciation: Homophones
sail, sale
sea, see
too, two
steal, steel
suite, sweet
waist, waste

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