Yes. tents and tense (as in nervous).
First, a homophobe is one who fears men. The word you meant is "homophone". A homophone for 'tents' is 'tense'.
Tense and tents are homophones for anxious.
(Knew, new) , (tents, tense),(principal, principle), (meet, meat)
The campers in their tents are tense about reports of bears.
it was in tents lol
There is no homophone for the word homophone.
Early Nomads lived in tents. They built their tents from goats' hair. These tents were bigger than the modern day tents.
The tents were made of canvas
The collective noun for tents is a caravan. i.e. Oh look, it's a caravan of tents.
yes they do sleep in tents!
It should be : scouts' tents
It may be seven tents.
the simple subject is tents. the complete subject is several tents.
several tents is the complete subject. tents is the simple subject