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Had fun alliterating my way through the alphabet, twice. Aspirations to become a writer one day, poems will suffice for the moment.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

H is for Homonym. A-Z Challenge 2015

One of two or more words that have the same sound 
and often the same spelling but differ in meaning.

To hear here
Feyly Fay, faux or foe.
To forego or to forgo.
To be feted and cease to be fetid.
He aught, all for naught,
to be allowed to be aloud.

Fey: strange, unworldly
Fay: fairy
Forego: procede
Forgo: refrain from
feted: celebrated
fetid: smelly, unpleasant
-Miss Bates.


Feel inclined to indulge in words that intrigue.