There are over 7,700 homophones in the English language, and people are still searching for more. When all the searching is done we estimate there will be somewhere between 8,000 to 10,000 homophones.
The homophones for there are they're and their.
homophones for wait
There are many homophones in English. Homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings. Examples of homophones in English: to, two, too; pear, pare, pair; I eye, aye; bear, bare; row, roe; dear, deer. see, sea.
Homophones for "ware" are "wear" and "where."
Wok is the homophones of walk.
There are two homophones for "their": there and they're.
Some homophones for there are their and they're.
"There" and "They're" are two homophones for their.
there are no homophones of hello
homophones are words that sound the same bout are spelt different. for example there,their, & they're, since there are words being added to the dictionary not many people know off of the top of their head what all of the homophones are.
Yes bizarre and bazaar are homophones.
Yesi think it is homophones
Byte and bight are homophones for bite.
The answer is no and know, which are homophones.
The homophones for their isthere as in over therethey're as in they're (or they are) happy
They are homophones.
There are no common homophones that include synonyms for romantic. There are the homophones sweet (taste or personality) and suite, and the homophones beau (suitor) and bow (weapon or decoration).
The homophone for soar is sore.
There are two pairs of homophones in that sentence...In and InnDaze and Days
Yes. There are homophones in the French language.
Homophones for hoard include horde and whored.
Yes, who's and whose are homophones.