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Homophones

16 "pairs"

TermDefinition
flour used in making bread/
pair a couple/
coarse rough surface/
here a place currently occupied/
one the first number/
by an author wrote it/
sight the eye's vision/
cell the smallest living particle/
allowed permitted/
bridle a horse's rein/
grate to scrape off in slivers/
mown has been cut/
prey the hunted animal/
lessen to make less; smaller amount/
heard noticed by your hearing/
hour 60 minutes/
flower a blooming plant
pear a fruit
course a class or a path
hear to notice sound
won experienced victory
buy purchase
site a place on the web or where a gathering is held
sell to put up for sale $
aloud to say out loud
bridal having to do with a wedding/ bride
great fantastic
moan a low sound of dispair
pray a religious thought
lesson to learn from events
herd a large group of animals
our a possessive pronoun showing that people have something
Created by: Cherieverett