Homonyms





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Pail: A bucket

Pale:

1. Containing little color or pigment, light in color (a person’s face) having little color, usually due to shock, fear or ill ness

2. Unimpressive or inferior ( a pale imitation)

3. Seem or become less important (to pale in comparison)

4. A wooden stake used with others to form a fence

5. A boundary (lie outside the pale of morality)


Pain:

1. Strong unpleasant and hurting bodily sensation such as one caused by illness or injury

2. Mental suffering or distress

Pane:

1. A single sheet of glass in a window or door

2. A sheet or page of stamps


Pair: A set of two

Pare:

1. Trim by cutting away the edges

2. Reduce or diminish in a number of small successive stages

Pear: A yellowish or brownish green edible fruit, the tree that bears this fruit


Palate:

1. The roof of the mouth, separating the cavities of the mouth and nose vertebrates

2. A person’s ability to distinguish between and appreciate flavors

3. The flavor of a wine or beer

Palette:

1. A thin board or other surface on which an artist lays and mixes colors

2. The range of colors used by a particular artist in a particular time

3. The range of tonal or instrumental colors in a musical piece

Pallet:

1. A straw mattress

2. A crude or makeshift bed

3. A portable platform on which goods can be moved, stacked and stored

4. A flat wooden blade with a handle that is used to shape clay or plaster


Pause: A temporary stop in action or speech

Paws:

1. An animal’s foot having claws and pads

2. (Informal) A person’s hands


Pea: A round green seed eaten as a vegetable, the leguminous plant which yields pods containing peas

Pee:

1. To urinate

2. Urine


Peak:

1. The pointed top of the mountain

2. A point in a curve or on a graph

3. The point of highest activity or achievement

Peek:

1. To look quickly or furtively

2. Protrude slightly so as to be just visible

Pique:

1. A feeling of irritation or resentment resulting from a slight, particularly to one’s pride

2. Stimulate one’s interest or curiosity


Peal:

1. Loud ringing of bells

2. A loud repeated or reverberating sound of thunder or laughter

Peel:

1. Remove the outer covering or skin from a fruit or vegetable

2. The outer covering or skin of a fruit or vegetable


Pedal:

1. Each of a pair of foot-operated levers for moving a bicycle or other vehicle propelled by leg-power

2. To move a bicycle by working ob the pedals

Peddle:

1. Sell goods by going from place to place

2. Sell an illegal goods or drugs

3. (Derogatory) Promote an idea or view persistently


Plain:

1. Simple and ordinary, not decorated or elaborate

2. easy to perceive or understand

Plane:

1. A flat surface on which a straight line joining any two points would wholly lie

2. Completely even or flat

3. A level of existence or thought


Pray:

1. Address a prayer to God

2. Wish or hope earnestly for specific out come

Prey:

1. An animal hunted or killed by another animal for food

2. Hunt or kill for food

3. Exploit or injure, cause trouble to


Principal:

1. First in order of importance, main

2. Denoting the original sum of money invested or lent

3. The head of a school or a college

4. (Law) A person directly responsible for a crime (the principal accused)

Principle:

1. A fundamental truth or proportion serving as the foundation for belief or action

2. Morally correct behavior and attitude

3. A fundamental source or basis for something

4. (Chemistry) An active or characteristic constituent of a substance





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