Homophones pair Examples & List with Meaning No.- 7

By | April 2, 2019

Homophones in English is a major part of vocabulary. Considering this we are providing homophones list and homophones with meaning. These homophones examples are really going to help you to learn correct homophones meaning. These are for all levels yet these can be said to be the homophones for kids because these homophones worksheets are like homophones games. So Enjoy these homophones exercises to enrich your vocabulary-


Confusion Of Words

  1. Wave (ripples on the surface of the water). There were high waves on the ocean during the storm.

Waive (to give up some claim: to give concession). The Central government has not waived the debts of Punjab.

  1. Waste (to squander). He has wasted the hard-earned money of his father.

 Waist (the middle part of the body). She has a wide waist.

  1. Weather (season, climate). The weather has now improved.

 Whether (if). I don’t know whether he will come or not.

  1. Week (seven days). My brother will come next week.

Weak (lacking strength). His illness has made him weak.

  1. Wet (moist). His clothes are wet as he has come in rain.

 Whet (sharpen, to make more keen). The sweet smell of the dishes has whetted my appetite.

  1. Womanly (pertaining to women – used in a good sense). She is full of womanly kindness and love.

 Womanish (pertaining to women – used in a bad sense). His manner of walking is womanish.

  1. Wreak (to cause harm or damage). The storm has wreaked a have in Gujarat.

Wreck (an accident, especially of a ship). The ship was wrecked in the storm.

  1. Year (twelve months). Last year, I went to America.

 Ear (Organ of hearing). She is wearing it. gas in her ears.

  1. Yolk (yellow part of an egg). The yolk of an egg is very nutritious.

Yoke (burden, a wood frame placed on the necks of two oxen). A farmer puts his oxen to the yoke before ploughing.

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