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What is the homophone for load?

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2011-11-02 20:26:14
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The homophone is lode.

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Yes. The homophones are load, lode, and lowed.



The word "load" is a noun referring to cargo or a large quantity of anything. The verb load means to pack up or prepare.To use it as a noun, think of it as a thing such as "That was a big load." Load is taking the place of whatever the load was such as a load of wood or a load of cement.Load vs LodeWhile load is cargo or a quantity, the homophone noun "lode" means a deposit of ore, or a similar source of a product. It should only be used in that sense.



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