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Homonyms

Wound & Wound

Wound – an injury

  • Let me see the wound on your leg.
  • That looks like a bad wound. You need to see a doctor.
  • How many people got wounded in the accident?
  • There are many people wounded from the earthquake.
  • My wounds will heal, and I will be fine.

Wound – the past tense of wind

  • This string was wound very tight.
  • Last night we had wound up all the ropes from for the boat.
  • I wound up the yarn for my grandmother, so she can knit me a sweater.
  • My sister wound up the trees with lights for the holidays last week.
  • Who wound up the cables for the TV?

Homonyms

Ring & Ring

Duck & Duck

Find & Fined

Fluke & Fluke

Left & Left

Pen & Pen

Rock & Rock

Rose & Rose

Right & Right

Saw & Saw

Wound & Wound

Buzzwords

Vocabulary Words By Subject

Homonyms

Ancient

Alful

Brunch

Chronic

Crabby

Defend

Defriend

Dentist

Downpour

Eavesdrop

Edgy

Even

Greedy

Grouchy

Hard Copy

Hermit

Hinder

Rather Than

Ironic

Or So

Pack

Powerful

Rain

Rather Than

Scattered

Shocked

Shot

Vice_Versa

Win-Win

"so what"

Whatever & Whenever

Stunning

Complete Loser

Pretty Ugly

Awfully Sweet

Clearly Misunderstood

Short Wait

Only Choice