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Ultimate Homophones Quiz

Name these words that sound the same but spell differently (this is corresponding to the first word I give you).
A homophone is a word that sounds the same but is spelled differently
For this quiz, spelling must be exact
One is a contraction
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Word
Homophone #1
Homophone #2
Aloud
Allowed
 
Bail
Bale
 
Barren
Baron
 
Bated
Baited
 
Boy
Buoy
 
Cash
Cache
 
Chance
Chants
 
Coffer
Cougher
 
Correspondence
Correspondents
 
Creak
Creek
 
Days
Daze
 
Dear
Deer
 
Desert
Dessert
 
Draft
Draught
 
Eaves
Eves
 
Faint
Feint
 
Fairs
Fares
 
Flowered
Floured
 
Gamble
Gambol
 
Gate
Gait
 
Gest
Jest
 
Grieves
Greaves
 
Guessed
Guest
 
Hail
Hale
 
Hair
Hare
 
Handmade
Handmaid
 
Hanger
Hangar
 
Haves
Halves
 
Hostile
Hostel
 
Idle
Idol
Idyll
Illicit
Elicit
 
In
Inn
 
Word
Homophone #1
Homophone #2
Islet
Eyelet
 
Lie
Lye
 
Mach
Mock
 
Mall
Maul
 
Miners
Minors
 
Missable
Miscible
 
Needed
Kneaded
 
Paced
Paste
 
Packed
Pact
 
Packs
Pax
 
Paid
Payed
 
Pail
Pale
 
Pain
Pane
 
Pair
Pare
Pear
Past
Passed
 
Peel
Peal
 
Phases
Fazes
 
Raid
Rayed
 
Rapper
Wrapper
 
Reign
Rein
Rain
Sacks
Sacs
Sax
Spier
Spire
 
There
They're
Their
Tide
Tied
 
To
Two
Too
Vain
Vane
Vein
Waited
Weighted
 
Weakly
Weekly
 
Which
Witch
Wich
Wine
Whine
 
Won
One
 
6 Comments
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Level 90
Jun 3, 2019
Good quiz. I don't agree with haves/halves, hostile/hostel, mach/mock but I suppose it is accent dependent.
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Level 61
Jul 18, 2019
Thank you =)
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Level 37
Jun 4, 2019
"Mach", when pronounced as it should be, is not a homophone of "Mock". Also, what is a "wich"?
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Level 61
Jul 12, 2019
Greenwich?
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Level 58
Jan 3, 2024
What about "fears" for fairs and "here" for "hair"?
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Level 29
May 13, 2024
What country do you live in which those rhyme?