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adds ads An axe-like tool with the blade set at a right angle to the handle.adz
ade aid aide
air e'er ere heir The circuit traveled by an itinerant judge in medieval England, or the court over which he presided.eyre One hundred square meters. A hectare is 100 ares.are
aisle I'll isle
A small island, often in a river. (Also spelled 'eyot')ait ate eight
A jump in which the skater takes off from the front of one skate, spins 1 1/2 times in the air, and lands on the back of the other skate. Named after the Norwegian ice skater Axel Paulsen.axel The angle between the upper side of a leaf or stem and the stem or branch from which it is growing. From the Latin for 'armpit.'axil A rod or shaft, passing through a wheel or group of wheels, around which the wheel or wheels revolve(s). axle
aye eye I

A spiny citrus tree in India. Also answers to Aegle marmelos.bael A metric unit of power ratio. Perhaps you are familiar with decibels.bel bell belle
A seasonal yellow mist in Japan and eastern China due to dust storms in China's interior.bai bi buy by bye
One who receives personal property delivered in bailment.bailee The outer wall of a castle.bailey A Scottish magistrate.bailie
A container used for bailing liquid—e.g. a bucket used for bailing out a canoe.bailer A person who delivers or provides bail.bailor A class of farm machinery that compresses hay (for example) into bales. Also, please be advised: a group of turtles is known as a bale.baler
A soft, felt-like, usually green fabric (used for billiard tables).baize bays More than one provincial governor of the Ottoman Empire.beys
bald balled bawled
bite A bend in a rope or a river.bight byte
A tree trunk; a soft clay used as pigment.bole A rounded seedpod of cotton or flax.boll bowl
born borne A stream, brook, rillet, or rivulet.bourn
borough burro burrow
A hillside or slope in Scotland or northern England.braes braise brays
brews A broth thickened with bread.brewis bruise
Traveled by bus; (was) sent by bus; removed used tableware at a restaurant.bused Kissed.bussed bust

In Scotland or Ireland, a percentage of the crop paid as rent.cain cane A sarong.kain
call A part of the fetal membrane covering the head at birth; net lining of a woman's hat.caul A low-pressure region between two anti-cyclones; a low point in a ridge or mountain range.col
A weight measurement for precious stones; a measurement of gold's fineness.carat/karat A typographical mark that looks like this: ^caret carrot
A small, low-lying island. A shoal. Also called a key. From the Spanish cayo.cay key quay
cedar One who yields.ceder seeder
More than one c. As in a report card, for example.cees seas sees seize
To furnish with a ceiling; to cover a ceiling.ceil seal To sew shut the eyes of a falcon.seel
One frame of an animated cartoon rendered on a sheet of celluloid.cel cell sell
Incense burning device; a thurible.censer censor sensor
cent scent sent
Part of a bird's beak.cere sear A clairvoyant; a sybil; a prophet.seer Dry; the series of stages in the ecological succession of a given place.sere
chord cord Removed the core.cored
The number five in a game of cards or dice.cinque sink sync
cite sight site
click A coterie; an exclusive group of people.clique A kilometer.klick
coal A brassica, such as cabbage or kale.cole A black powder used as eye makeup.kohl
A derogatory and offensive term for an unskilled Asian laborer.coolie coolly A streambed or ravine, often dry in summer.coulee
crew A vintage of high quality.cru A private New Orleans social organization that sponsers parades and balls during Mardi Gras.krewe
crews cruise crus A small earthenware jar.cruse krewes

days daze More than one governor of Algiers before the French conquest of 1830.deys
dew do due
Shaping or cutting with a die (the threads of bolts, for example).dieing dyeing dying
The first note of a diatonic scale.do doe dough
More than one female deer.does More than one fist note of a diatonic scale.
Sing one fa, then two dos, then two las.
dos
doughs doze

earn A sea eagle.erne urn
A female sheep.ewe You, over there.you A coniferous evergreen tree of the family Taxaceae. You might find you a few yew trees in Oregon.yew
ewes use yews

Gladly.fain A temple.fane To pretend, fabricate, imitate, falsely represent.feign
A gambling card game.faro A litter of pigs.farrow A ruler of ancient Egypt.pharaoh
Fairies. Also: elves.fays faze phase
firs furs Spiny European shrubs of the genus Ulex. Known also as gorse or whin.furze
flew flu A duct for air, gas, smoke, and other vaporous things.flue
for fore four
A defensive barrier; puffy 16th-century neckware.fraise frays phrase
frees freeze In classical architecture, the part of the entablature above the architrave and below the cornice, often bearing low relief sculpture.frieze

gild gilled guild
gnu knew new The thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, used in physics to represent the frequency of a wave (and used as a symbol in many other fields of science and math).nu
gnus news nus

heal heel he'll
hi To speed, to hurry, to rush.hie high
hoard horde whored
Having holes.holey holy wholly

idle idol idyll

knead kneed need
knows noes nose

A medieval French narrative poem of octosyllabic couplets on a romantic or adventurous theme.lai lay A Polynesian floral necklace.lei Fallow; pewter containing four parts tin and one part lead.ley
More than one medieval French narrative poem of octosyllabic couplets on a romantic or adventurous theme.lais To emit coherent radiation; to act as a laser.lase lays laze leis
A meadow.lea The side not facing the wind.lee A Chinese measure of distance, equivalent to five hundred meters.li
To a Scot or North Englander, learning and instruction.lear leer An annealing oven.lehr
liar lier lyre
load A vein-like deposit of ore.lode Made a deep, resonant call, as cattle are wont to do.lowed
More than one Scottish lake.lochs locks Cured salmon, a bagel's best pal.lox

Grape residue in a wine press; brandy distilled therefrom.marc mark A product model or design.marque
Since 'may' is an archaic word for maiden, 'mays' presumably would describe a group of these archaic maidens.mays CORN!maize maze
meat meet To dispense or divvy.mete

nay Born. As in the following introduction:
Say, have you met Winona Ryder, nee Horowitz?
nee
Horse talk.neigh

oar o'er or ore

pair pare pear
palate palette A straw matress.pallet
peak peek A state of annoyance or irritation; to provoke.pique
pearl A pearl-shaped medicine capsule.perle To knit with a reverse stitch; to flow murmurously, etc.purl
More plain, less distinctive.plainer Relating to or situated on a plane; flat.planar A machine or tool for smoothing and flattening surfaces.planer
Relating to the North or South Pole. Let us begin our polar expedition.polar Someone who uses a pole (to propel, support, convey, etc.); also, a pole horse.poler One who trims or cuts off the wool, horns, or branches of (respectively) sheep or trees; one who receives, records, or casts votes.poller
praise prays preys
More than one of the twenty-third letter of the Greek alphabet, commonly used in quantum mechanics to represent a wave function.psis sighs size

rain reign rein
raise rays To tear down, to destroy, to remove.raze
raiser One who tears down, destroys, or removes.razer razor
rapped rapt wrapped
read red An area where trout or salmon spawn.redd
read To offer advice; to explain.rede reed
Afflicted with a discharge of the mucous membranes; catarrhal; coldlike.rheumy roomie roomy
The seventeenth letter of the Greek alphabet, used as the symbol for density in physics (among other uses in math and science).rho Fish spawn.roe row
rhos Members of a species of Old World deer.
Please be advised: fish eggs are known as roe in the plural.
roes
rose rows
right rite One who constructs something, such as a wheel or a play.wright write
road rode rowed
A large crucifix.rood rude rued

senate Any of several species of small barracudas that cruise the eastern coasts of the Americas; trumpet notes to mark the entrance or exit of actors in Elizabethan drama.sennet Braided cordage made from plaited strands of rope fiber or the like.sennit
sew so sow
slew A depression or sump.slough To turn on an axis.slue
sole The fifth note of a diatonic scale.sol soul

A Chinese unit of weight (also known as a liang) equal to approximately thirty-seven grams; erstwhile Chinese money equal to this weight in standard silver.tael tale tail
tea tee The seventh note of a diatonic scale; a tropical plant, Cordyline terminalis.ti
teas tease tees More than one seventh note of a diatonic scale.
Sing one fa, then four dos, then three tis.
tis

A seabird.tern Steel or iron sheets plated with an alloy of lead and tin.terne turn
their there they're
to too two
toad toed towed
A rocky peak, a crag, a pinnacle.tor Ripped; a doughnut-shaped surface.tore A unit of pressure equal to 1/760 of an atmosphere, or 1333.2 microbars. Named for Evangelista Torricelli, 17th-century mathematician and physicist.torr

To let sink or descend.vail A valley. A dale. Yes.vale veil
vain vane vein
vial vile A bowed, fretted, often six-stringed instrument.viol

wail The texture of a fabric.wale whale
ware wear where
way weigh The watery part of milk that remains after the milk has been curdled.whey
Wealth, riches, lucre, or the Good.weal we'll A swelling and itching of the skin.wheal wheel
Forested or uncultivated terrain.weald wheeled wield
weather A castrated sheep.wether whether
whined wind wined A narrow lane.wynd
white A living being; a spirit or phantasm.wight A fine or fee imposed by a lord (feudal to appeal). Ba-dum chinnng!wite




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