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Homophones 03

on June 30, 2012

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Word List No. 3

     •  feign (pretend); fain (gladly)
•  fete (to honor); feat (deed, exploit)
•  fir (tree); fur (animal pelt)
•  flair (knack); flare (torch)
•  flea (insect); flee (run away)
•  floe (ice mass); flow (run freely)
•  flu (influenza); flue (pipe); flew (took wing)
•  forbear (refrain); forebear (ancestor)
•  formally (in a formal manner); formerly (once)
•  forth (forward); fourth (ordinal number)
•  forward (in front, impudent, progressive); foreword (introductory note in a book)
•  foul (offensive); fowl (bird)
•  frank (candid); franc (money)
•  freeze (make cold); frieze (ornament)
•  friar (priest); fryer (chicken)
•  gaff (hook); gaffe (error)
•  gait (motion); gate (opening)
•  gauge (scale, measuring device); gage (pledge)
•  gel (jelly); jell (harden, set)
•  genius (gifted person); genus (classification)
•  gild (cover with gold); guild (association)
•  gilt (gilded); guilt (culpability)
•  gist (essence); jest (joke)
•  glacier (ice); glazier (glassworker)
•  gnaw (chew); naw (“no way,” in Dixie .)
•  gorilla (primate); guerrilla (soldier)
•  groan (moan); grown (adult)
•  guarantee (to secure); guaranty (a pledge)
•  hair (what grows from a follicle); hare (rabbit)
•  handsome (good looking); hansom (carriage)Come and study English in the USA

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