50 Homonyms with Meaning and Sentences

50 Homonyms with Meaning and Sentences! Homonyms are words that have the same spelling but different meanings. Many homonyms are pronounced the same, but some have different pronunciations. Here are some examples of homonyms and their definitions:

50 Homonyms with Meaning and Sentences

50 Homonyms with Meaning and Sentence

1- Mail/Male:

Mail: Letters, packages, or other items that are sent by post.

Sentence: I got a letter in the mail from my aunt.

Male: Referring to the sex of a plant or animal that produces sperm and fertilizes eggs.

Sentence: The flowers are pollinated by male bees who transfer pollen from the stamen to the pistil.


2- Left/Left:

Left: To leave something behind.

Sentence: I left my phone at home, so I had to borrow my friend’s.

Left: The opposite of right.

Sentence: We turned left at the next intersection.


3- Right/Right:

Right: To give something to someone.

Sentence: The waiter brought me my food and I gave him a tip.

Right: The opposite of left.

Sentence: We turned right at the next intersection.


4- Week/Weak:

Week: Seven days.

Sentence: I’ll see you next week.

Weak: Not strong.

Sentence: The patient is too weak to stand.


5- Weather/Whether:

Weather: The state of the atmosphere at a particular time and place.

Sentence: It’s cloudy today, so the weather is cool and wet.

Whether: Used to introduce a question.

Sentence: I don’t know whether I should go to the party or not.


6- Here/Hear:

Here: In this place.

Sentence: I live here.

Hear: To perceive sound.

Sentence: I can hear you, but I can’t see you.


7- Son/Sun:

Son: A male child.

Sentence: My son is six years old.

Sun: The star at the center of the solar system.

Sentence: The sun is shining.


8- Tear/Tear:

Tear: To pull something apart.

Sentence: He tore the picture in half.

Tear: A drop of salty liquid that comes from the eye.

Sentence: I was cutting onions and they made me tear up.


9- Bow/Bough:

Bow: To bend the body or head as a sign of respect.

Sentence: She bowed her head when she entered the room.

Bough: A large branch of a tree.

Sentence: He climbed out on the bough and then onto the roof.


10- Lead/Lead:

Lead: To go in front of others.

Sentence: The teacher will lead the way to the classroom.

Lead: A heavy, soft, bluish-gray metal element.

Sentence: The pipes in my house are made of lead.


11- Read/Red:

Read: To look at and comprehend the meaning of written or printed matter.

Sentence: I like to read books before bed.

Red: A color with a long wavelength, indication hotness.

Sentence: The Stop sign is red.


12- Break/Brake:

Break: To separate into pieces.

Sentence: He dropped the vase and it broke.

Brake: A device used to stop a moving vehicle.

Sentence: You should always put your brake on when you’re stopped at a light.


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