100 Homophones Words

100 Homophones Words, English Homophones Words List

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100 Homophones Words, English Homophones Words List! ESL students, do you know your English homophones words? Here’s a list of 100 words that are homophones, meaning they sound the same but have different spellings and meanings. Practice using these words in your everyday speech to help improve your pronunciation and fluency!

What are homophones?

Homophones are words that are pronounced in the same way as other words but have different meanings, whether spelled the same or not. They can also be spelt differently depending on their meaning. For example, the word “flower” can be spelled “flour” when referring to the ingredient used in baking.

Some homophones are easy to confuse because they look very similar, like brake and break. Others may be confusing because they have completely different spelling, like right and write. But don’t worry, we’ll help you sort all of this out!

Here’s a list of 100 common English homophones:

100 Homophones Words in English

  • Coop -> Coupe
  • Cops -> Copse
  • Lea -> Lee
  • Leach -> Leech
  • Leak -> Leek
  • Click -> Clique
  • Climb -> Clime
  • Colonel -> Kernel
  • Literal -> Littoral
  • Mrs -> Misses
  • Gofer -> Gopher
  • Gored -> Gourd
  • Lean -> Lien
  • Lieu -> Lou
  • Baal -> Bail
  • Bawl -> Ball
  • Navel -> Naval
  • Reed -> Read
  • Your -> You’re
  • Ale -> Ail
  • Baste -> Based
  • Ax -> Acts
  • Axel -> Axle
  • Baa -> Bah
  • Abel -> Able
  • All Ready -> Already
  • Byte -> Bight
  • Cheap -> Cheep
  • Council -> Counsel
  • Coup -> Coo
  • Cousin -> Cozen
  • Caddie -> Caddy
  • Cain -> Cane
  • Check -> Czech
  • Reek -> Wreak
  • Trussed -> Trust
  • Chews -> Choose
  • Chic -> Sheik
  • Lee -> Lea
  • Lier -> Liar
  • Liken -> Lichen
  • Mail -> Male
  • Main -> Mane
  • Troop -> Troupe
  • Coral -> Choral
  • Cord -> Cored
  • Cored -> Chord
  • Leased -> Least
  • Led -> Lead
  • Coolie -> Coulee
  • Core -> Corps
  • Graphed -> Graft
  • Heroin -> Heroine
  • Turn -> Tern
  • Yews -> Use
  • Craft -> Kraft
  • Crape -> Crepe
  • Graft -> Graphed
  • Coughers -> Coffers
  • Coulee -> Coolie
  • Graham -> Gram
  • Knap -> Nap
  • Lain -> Lane
  • Lays -> Laze
  • Hertz -> Hurts
  • Kernel -> Colonel
  • Ladder -> Latter
  • Corps -> Core
  • Course -> Coarse
  • Bass -> Base
  • Cache -> Cash
  • Affect -> Effect
  • Yoke -> Yolk
  • Bate -> Bait
  • Bated -> Baited
  • Been -> Bin
  • Accept -> Except
  • Addition -> Edition
  • Aye -> I
  • Coward -> Cowered
  • Crawl -> Kraal
  • Gorilla -> Guerilla
  • Gourd -> Gored
  • Knave -> Nave
  • Adds -> Adz
  • Affected -> Effected
  • Coy -> Koi
  • Cozen -> Cousin
  • Gnu -> Knew -> New
  • Grade -> Grayed
  • Loch -> Lock
  • Mucous -> Mucus
  • Accede -> Exceed
  • You’ll -> Yule
  • Axes -> Axis
  • Ayes -> Eyes
  • Lade -> Laid
  • Lead -> Led
  • Cheep -> Cheap
  • Clique -> Click
  • meat -> meet
  • cereal -> serial
  • shore -> sure
  • bare -> bear
  • idle -> idol
  • root -> route
  • wear -> where
  • oar -> or
  • hour -> our
  • weak -> week
  • fair -> fare
  • steal -> steel
  • dam -> damn
  • son -> sun
  • know -> no
  • aisle -> isle
  • profit -> prophet
  • knot -> not
  • fir -> fur
  • suite -> sweet
  • brake -> break
  • sea -> see
  • eye -> I
  • right -> write
  • in -> inn
  • mail -> male
  • coarse -> course
  • sole -> soul
  • complement -> compliment
  • some -> sum
  • be -> bee
  • sail -> sale
  • peace -> piece
  • for -> four
  • their -> there
  • one -> won
  • poor -> pour
  • buy -> by
  • seam -> seem
  • morning -> mourning
  • him -> hymn
  • wait -> weight
  • pair -> pear
  • cent -> scent
  • sew -> so
  • hair -> hare
  • to -> too
  • made -> maid
  • pray -> prey
  • ante ->  -> anti ->
  • real -> reel
  • air -> heir
  • principal -> principle
  • heal -> heel
  • toe -> tow
  • cell -> sell
  • sight -> site
  • dear -> deer
  • stair -> stare
  • none -> nun
  • hear -> here
  • waist -> waste
  • plain -> plane
  • knight -> night
  • die -> dye
  • stationary -> stationery
  • hole -> whole
  • way -> weigh
  • flour -> flower
  • tail -> tale

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