100 Homophones with Examples and Sentences – Infographics and PDF

Homophones with Examples and Sentences!

What are Homophone Words?

Homophones are words with the same pronunciation. Homophones have different spellings, meaning,s and origins. Homophones are sometimes very confusing, most the students are using the wrong word in the wrong place, without even knowing.

So study this list of homophones and clear your concepts of homophones. Homophones Pdf is also given at the end of this lesson, download that for future use.

This lesson also has a list of homophones with example sentences. Study different homophones along with sentences to find out the difference.

Homophones with Examples and Sentences

Here is the list of common homophones examples with sentences:

Aye – Eye – I

  • “Aye,” He Said With A Chuckle.
  • Her Eyes Are Beautiful
  • I Will Be In Turkey Tomorrow.

Axel – Axle

  • My Friends, Declared Axel.
  • The Wheel Rotates Around An Axle.

Awe – Oar – Or – Ore

  • The Sight Filled Us With Awe.
  • This Boat Has Six Oars.
  • Please Select On Shake Or Drink.
  • They Used To Extract Iron Ore.

Away – Aweigh

  • He is five minutes away from my house.
  • It’s difficult to see aweigh in a sentence.

Aural – Oral

  • The aural part was beauty all of its own.
  • We’re having an oral test this week.

Hole – Whole

  • There was a hole in his shirt.
  • I like to eat whole bananas.

Cereal – Serial

  • They ate a large bowlful of cereal.
  • She was watching a serial of Avengers.

Cell – Sell

  • Our body has many cells.
  • He was selling fishes.

Cent – Scent

  • Tom won’t charge you a cent.
  • The dogs followed the fox’s scent.

Hour – Our

  • We are coming towards you after an hour.
  • Our plan is off now.

Knot – Not

  • Please tie this knot for me.
  • I am not coming toward you.

Know – No

  • I know him very well.
  • No, he’s not on my list.

Knight – Night

  • Look at that knight on the horse.
  • Today night is very dark.

Aisle – Isle

  • The aisle was floored with ancient bricks.
  • Danna should rule the isle in peace.

In – Inn

  • What is in your pocket?
  • You’ve got an inn to run.

Idle – Idol

  • He is an idle person.
  • He was the idol of his soldiers.

Eye – I

  • Her eyes were black.
  • I like to eat an apple daily.

Him – Hymn

  • She likes him from her childhood.
  • Will you sing a little hymn with me?

Hear – Here

  • He can hear us from the window.
  • He will come here tomorrow.

Air – Heir

  • I feeling the cool air on my cheeks.
  • They adopted an orphan as an heir.

Heal – Heel

  • Your wound will heal soon.
  • She broke her heels while dancing.

Hair – Hare

  • Here hairs are blue.
  • Hare is a beautiful animal.

Fir – Fur

  • We compromised with a plain fir.
  • Our cat has glossy black fur.

For – Four

  • I am going for asleep.
  • I have four kids.

Flour – Flower

  • Put the flour on the shelf.
  • Rose Followers are very beautiful.

Fair – Fare

  • Please play a fair game.
  • Tom paid the fare.

Die – Dye

  • He will die from this pain.
  • She was dying her hair.

Dear – Deer

  • Tom is my dear friend.
  • Dear and kangaroos are the animals of the jungle.

Dam – Damn

  • I live near a dam.
  • I am sure he was damn true.

Coarse – Course

  • This coarse is not fair.
  • What is our course of economics?

Complement – Compliment

  • A complement is something that completes or perfects.
  • Please pass my compliment on her.

Buy – By

  • I am going to buy a book for myself.
  • He went to New York by plane.

Brake – Break

  • This cycle has no brakes.
  • You should not break the law.

Be – Bee

  • Be with us for tomorrow’s event.
  • Honey is sweet, but the bee stings.

Bare – Bear

  • He comes outside barefooted.
  • His effort will bear fruit.

Ante – Anti

  • The ante was a relatively small one.
  • I need anti-itch ointment.

Must Learn: List of Homonyms with Examples

Common Homophones List A to Z

Here is the list of Common homophones:

  • aye – eye – I
  • axel – axle
  • awe – oar – or – ore
  • away – aweigh
  • aural – oral
  • auk – orc
  • auger – augur
  • ate – eight
  • aren’t – aunt
  • arc – ark
  • ante – – anti –
  • altar – alter
  • alms – arms
  • allowed – aloud
  • all – awl
  • aisle – isle
  • air – heir
  • ail – ale
  • ad – add
  • accessary – accessory
  • you’ll – yule
  • yoke – yolk
  • yaw – yore – your – you’re
  • wood – would
  • woe – whoa
  • douse – dowse
  • done – dun
  • doe – doh – dough
  • discreet – discrete
  • die – dye
  • dew – due
  • deviser – divisor
  • desert – dessert
  • dear – deer
  • days – daze
  • dam – damn
  • cymbal – symbol
  • currant – current
  • curb – herb
  • cue – kayo – queue
  • crews – cruise
  • creak – creek
  • cousin – cozen
  • council – counsel
  • cops – copse
  • coo – coup
  • complement – compliment

homophones list a to z

  • complacent – complaisant
  • colonel – kernel
  • coign – coin
  • coarse – course
  • coarse – course
  • coal – kohl
  • close – cloze
  • climb – clime
  • clew – clue
  • clack – claque
  • cite – sight – site
  • chord – cord
  • choir – quire
  • check – cheque
  • cheap – cheep
  • cereal – serial
  • cereal – serial
  • cent – scent – sent
  • cent – scent
  • censer – censor – sensor
  • cell – sell
  • ceiling – sealing
  • cede – seed
  • caw – core – corps
  • caught – court
  • caster – castor
  • cast – caste
  • canvas – canvass
  • call – caul
  • calendar – calender
  • buyer – byre
  • buy – by – bye
  • bur – burr
  • broach – brooch
  • bridal – bridle
  • brews – bruise
  • bread – bred
  • brake – break
  • braise – brays – braze
  • braid – brayed
  • brae – bray
  • boy – buoy
  • bough – bow
  • born – borne
  • who’s – whose
  • white – wight
  • whit – wit
  • whirled – world
  • whirl – whorl
  • whine – wine
  • while – wile
  • whig – wig
  • which – witch
  • wheald – wheeled
  • wet – whet
  • were – whirr
  • weir – we’re
  • we’d – weed
  • weaver – weever
  • weather – whether
  • wear – where
  • wean – ween
  • weal – we’ll – wheel
  • weak – week
  • weak – week
  • we – wee – whee
  • way – weigh – whey
  • way – weigh
  • wax – whacks
  • watt – what
  • wart – wort
  • warn – worn
  • ware – wear – where
  • war – wore
  • wall – waul
  • waive – wave
  • wait – weight
  • waist – waste
  • wain – wane
  • wail – wale – whale
  • vial – vile
  • vale – veil
  • vain – vane – vein
  • tuba – tuber
  • troop – troupe
  • tough – tuff
  • tor – tore
  • ton – tun
  • tole – toll
  • told – tolled
  • toe – tow
  • toad – toed – towed
  • to – too – two
  • to – too

homophones list a to z

  • tire – tyre
  • tide – tied
  • tic – tick
  • thyme – time
  • throne – thrown
  • throes – throws
  • threw – through
  • there – their – they’re
  • their – there
  • tern – turn
  • terce – terse
  • teas – tease
  • tear – tier
  • team – teem
  • te – tea – tee
  • taught – taut – tort
  • tare – tear
  • talk – torque
  • tale – tail
  • tail – tale
  • Tail – Tale
  • tacks – tax
  • sweet – suite
  • swat – swot
  • Sun – Son
  • suite – sweet
  • straight – strait
  • storey – story
  • Stile – Style
  • Steal – Steel
  • stationary – stationery
  • Stare – Stair
  • stalk – stork
  • hay – hey
  • haw – hoar – whore
  • hart – heart
  • hangar – hanger
  • hall – haul
  • hair – hare
  • hail – hale
  • guessed – guest
  • groan – grown
  • grisly – grizzly
  • greys – graze
  • greave – grieve
  • grate – great
  • gorilla – guerilla
  • gneiss – nice
  • gnaw – nor
  • giro – gyro
  • gilt – guilt
  • gild – guild
  • genes – jeans
  • gays – gaze
  • gamble – gambol
  • gallop – galop
  • galipot – gallipot
  • gait – gate
  • furs – furze
  • friar – fryer
  • freeze – frieze
  • franc – frank
  • foul – fowl
  • forth – fourth
  • fort – fought
  • foreword – forward
  • for – four
  • for – fore – four
  • foaled – fold
  • flour – flower
  • floe – flow
  • flex – flecks
  • flew – flu – flue
  • flea – flee
  • flaw – floor
  • flair – flare
  • fizz – phiz
  • fir – fur
  • find – fined
  • file – phial
  • fie – phi
  • few – phew
  • ferrule – ferule
  • feat – feet
  • faze – phase
  • fay – fey
  • faun – fawn
  • fate – fête
  • farther – father
  • fair – fare
  • faint – feint
  • fah – far
  • eye – I
  • ewe – yew – you
  • eery – eyrie
  • earn – urn
  • dual – duel
  • draft – draught
  • boos – booze
  • bold – bowled
  • boarder – border
  • board – bored
  • bloc – block
  • blew – blue
  • bitten – bittern
  • billed – build
  • bight – bite – byte
  • berth – birth
  • berry – bury
  • bel – bell – belle
  • beer – bier
  • beau – bow
  • beat – beet
  • bean – been
  • beach – beech
  • be – bee
  • bazaar – bizarre
  • bay – bey
  • base – bass
  • baron – barren
  • bark – barque
  • bare – bear
  • band – banned
  • ball – bawl
  • bald – bawled
  • baize – bays
  • bait – bate
  • bail – bale
  • stake – steak
  • stair – stare
  • staid – stayed
  • spade – spayed
  • spa – spar
  • sort – sought
  • son – sun
  • some – sum
  • sole – soul
  • Soar – Sore
  • sloe – slow
  • slay – sleigh
  • sink – synch
  • sign – sine
  • sight – site
  • Side – Sighed
  • side – sighed
  • sic – sick
  • shore – sure
  • shoe – shoo
  • shear – sheer
  • shake – sheik
  • sew – so – sow
  • sew – so
  • See – Sea
  • seas – sees – seize
  • sear – seer – sere
  • seam – seem
  • sea – see
  • scull – skull
  • Scene – Seen
  • scene – seen
  • saw – soar – sore
  • saver – savor
  • Sauce – Source
  • satire – satyr
  • sane – seine
  • sale – sail
  • sail – sale
  • rye – wry
  • rung – wrung
  • rouse – rows
  • rough – ruff
  • rote – wrote
  • rota – rotor
  • rose – rows
  • root – route
  • rood – rude
  • roo – roux – rue

Homophones with Examples and Sentences

  • role – roll
  • roe – row
  • Rode – Road
  • road – rode
  • ring – wring
  • right – write
  • right – rite – wright – write
  • rheum – room
  • review – revue
  • retch – wretch
  • rest – wrest
  • reek – wreak
  • real – reel
  • read – red
  • raw – roar
  • rap – wrap
  • raise – rays – raze
  • rain – reign – rein
  • quean – queen
  • quarts – quartz
  • profit – prophet
  • profit – prophet
  • principal – principle
  • principal – principle
  • pray – prey
  • praise – prays – preys
  • practice – practise
  • poor – pour
  • poof – pouffe
  • pole – poll
  • plum – plumb
  • pleas – please
  • plain – plane
  • place – plaice
  • pica – pika
  • pi – pie
  • peer – pier
  • pedal – peddle
  • pearl – purl
  • peal – peel
  • peak – peek – peke – pique
  • peace – piece
  • pea – pee
  • pawn – porn
  • pause – paws – pores – pours
  • paten – patten – pattern
  • pascal – paschal
  • palate – palette – pallet
  • pair – pear
  • pair – pare – pear
  • pain – pane
  • pail – pale
  • packs – pax
  • packed – pact
  • one – won
  • oh – owe
  • ode – owed
  • od – odd
  • oar – or
  • none – nun
  • nigh – nye
  • nay – neigh
  • naval – navel
  • muscle – mussel
  • morning – mourning
  • moose – mousse
  • moor – more
  • mode – mowed
  • moat – mote
  • missed – mist
  • miner – minor – mynah
  • mind – mined
  • might – mite
  • meter – metre
  • metal – mettle
  • medal – meddle
  • meat – meet – mete
  • meat – meet
  • mean – mien
  • me – mi
  • maw – more
  • mask – masque
  • marten – martin
  • marshal – martial
  • mark – marque
  • mare – mayor
  • mantel – mantle
  • manna – manner
  • mall – maul
  • maize – maze
  • main – mane
  • mail – male
  • made – maid
  • made – maid
  • loot – lute
  • loop – loupe
  • locks – lox
  • loan – lone
  • lo – low
  • links – lynx
  • lieu – loo
  • lie – lye
  • licker – liquor
  • licence – license
  • liar – lyre
  • levee – levy
  • lessen – lesson

homophones list a to z

  • lean – lien
  • leak – leek
  • lead – led
  • leach – leech
  • lea – lee
  • lay – ley
  • law – lore
  • lase – laze
  • larva – lava
  • laps – lapse
  • lam – lamb
  • lain – lane
  • lade – laid
  • lac – lack
  • laager – lager
  • knows – nose
  • know – no
  • knot – not
  • knot – not
  • knock – nock
  • knob – nob
  • knit – nit
  • knight – night
  • knight – night
  • knew – new
  • knead – need
  • knave – nave
  • key – quay
  • jewel – joule
  • it’s – its
  • indict – indite
  • in – inn
  • in – inn
  • idle – idol
  • idle – idol
  • hour – our
  • hour – our
  • holey – holy – wholly
  • hole – whole
  • hoarse – horse
  • hoard – horde
  • ho – hoe
  • him – hymn
  • higher – hire
  • hi – high
  • hew – hue
  • heroin – heroine
  • he’d – heed
  • heard – herd
  • hear – here
  • heal – heel – he’ll

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