Homophones

Find the homophone based on the definition provided. You only need to type one of the words in.
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The independent space a convict is contained
To offer something in exchange for money
Cell/Sell
A spice used as a culinary herb
The continuity of existence measured in this
Thyme/Time
A material from trees commonly used for houses
A way to express what you could have done in a hypothetical situation
Wood/Would
Not bent or curved
A narrow passage of water connecting two large bodies of water
Straight/Strait
To be run after
Someone who maintains celibacy
Chased/Chaste
To work dough or something similar into a paste
To have a necessary want
Knead/Need
A word for a penalty in sports, particularly football
A generic word for birds
Foul/Fowl
A peninsula or land not connected to the mainland
A passage between two things
Isle/Aisle
Someone whose job is to facilitate a school
The fundamental base of something
Principal/Principle
To look at something secretively
A dock
Peer/Pier
A condiment paired commonly with ketchup
To assemble something (past tense)
Mustard/Mustered
To become more courageous
A large rock
Bolder/Boulder
To lower the amount of something
A class
Lessen/Lesson
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To randomly assume something
People the host invites, say, to a party
Guessed/Guest
A type of table in a church
To change
Altar/Alter
To sell something
What you put your feet on when riding a bike
Peddle/Pedal
Office materials; particularly writing paper and envelopes
Something that stays in place
Stationery/Stationary
Someone, who, in Greek times, could forsee the future
The amount of money made
Prophet/Profit
One piece of popcorn before it has been popped
A high-ranking officer
Kernel/Colonel
A set of bases in your DNA
A type of pants
Genes/Jeans
To interfere
A solid material that can act as a conductor
Mettle/Metal
To discard something considered unnecessary
The areas that includes your hips
Waste/Waist
To remove the center of an apple (past tense)
A group of notes sounded together
Cored/Chord
To forsake
A usually sweet course following a meal
Desert/Dessert
A circular brass instrument intended to clash against a similar instrument to itself
Something that is intended to represent something else
Cymbal/Symbol
Dawn to noon
To be saddened by something, usually a period after the death of someone close to you
Morning/Mourning
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Sep 29, 2021
To interfere is to meddle, not mettle.