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Randomized Homophones Quiz

Find the homophone for the given word! The questions change every time you play!
Some of these are only homophones in American English
Quiz by Azerk
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Last updated: January 19, 2023
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First submittedJanuary 28, 2022
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Homophone
Answer
Some
Sum
Awk
Auk
Flees
Fleas
Heal
Heel
Sword
Soared
Homophone
Answer
Rhodes
Roads
Tune
Toon
Elude
Allude
Fuse
Fews
Thai
Tie
Homophone
Answer
Bowl
Boll
Koi
Coy
Indict
Indite
Teaming
Teeming
Band
Banned
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Level 43
Jan 28, 2022
"raze" is also a homophone to raise
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Level 64
Jan 28, 2022
I will update the quiz to reflect that, thanks!
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Level 77
Jan 19, 2023
Not sure "fax" is really a homonym to "facts" but otherwise good quiz.
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Level 77
Jan 19, 2023
Fun quiz! A couple seemed weird to me… Dissent and descent are pronounced very differently in most places. Also, for prize I would think pries should work. I didn’t think prys was a word.
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Level 64
Jan 19, 2023
Pries and prys are alternate forms, so I'll add that as an alternate type in
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Level 62
Jan 19, 2023
Sited should work for cited just as much as sighted.

Also, somewhat confused what version of English has bomb and palm as homophones‽ 🤷‍♂️

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Level 64
Jan 19, 2023
American English
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Level 65
Jan 19, 2023
Not to me, they don't. (I'm a native American-English speaker with a four-degree in English.)
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Level 69
Jan 19, 2023
Prise?
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Level 81
Jan 19, 2023
pries? from pry? definitely not sure about prys.
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Level 67
Jan 19, 2023
"Incite" and "insight" are easy enough to guess but I'm not sure they're really homophones... The former places its stress on the second syllable ("in-CITE") whereas the latter places its stress on the first syllable ("IN-sight"). It's not really a huge deal though, other than that this is a really fun quiz!

P.S. maybe accpet "tye" (as in tye-dye) for "Thai/tie?"

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Level 64
Jan 19, 2023
I've added tye as an alternate type in.
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Level 70
Jan 19, 2023
"Sawed". Nice quiz. Might be worth noting it's for American pronunciations
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Level 60
Jan 19, 2023
"Do" is a homophone of "dew."
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Level 64
Jan 19, 2023
I'll add it as an alternate type-in, although I tend to pronounce "do" and "dew" differently
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Level 65
Jan 19, 2023
"Bomb" and "balm" do not sound the same/are not pronounced the same. (And yes, I am a native American-English speaker.)

"Bomb" rhymes with "pom". "Balm" rhymes with "palm".

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Level 64
Jan 20, 2023
I also pronounce "pom" and "palm" the same?
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Level 29
Jan 20, 2023
How on earth does ‘awed’ sound the same as ‘odd’?? Sound completely different to me
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Level 64
Jan 20, 2023
Depending on your accent it's a bit of a stretch, but I pronounce them the exact same