Recently acquired means new, and a homonym is a word that sounds the same, so a homonym for recently acquired or new is gnu (pronounced "new").
A homonym is a word that is spelled differently from the given word, but sounds the same. So a homonym for "gnu" is "new".
It is not a homonym.
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"So" is the homonym
The homonym is sell
"Drenched" does not have a homonym.
No, there is not a homonym for metamorphosis.
There is no homonym for December.
a homonym for stair is stare
Mine is a homonym of mien.
The homonym for 'neigh' is nay.
The homonym of stationery is stationary.
The homonym for daze is "days".
incite is the homonym for insight
right is a homonym for write
The homonym for "mourning" is "morning".
A homonym for rare is unique.
The homonym for sauce is source :)
The homonym of presence is presents.
There is no homonym for the word though!