The homophone for reign is rain.
A homophone is a word that sounds the same but is spelled differently and means something else e.g. rein, reign and rain.
The ancient Egyptians were quite prosperous under the reign of Rames II.Under the reign of the ruthless despot, the peasants were subjected to tremendous hardship, unspeakable torture and significant loss of life.
There is no homophone for the word homophone.
Homophones for rain include reign and rein. Rain: water from the clouds; The trees and grass needed some rain. Reign: to control or rule a nation; He will reign as king, one day. Rein: a horse strap; The rein broke and the horse took off.
The homophone is bee.
The answer is that there is no homophone for can, but can is a homonym.
no there is not a homophone
the homophone for too is two and to. There is no homophone for much
the homophone for stationery is stationary
Your is a homophone of you're. In some dialects, yore is another homophone.
there is no homophone for science, but science can be a synonym of field, which is a homophone of feald.
There is no homophone for patient, but there is a homophone for the plural patients, which is patience.
The word "strawberry" has no homophone. The homophone of the word berry is bury.
there is no homophone for cry, but it is a synonym of wail, which is a homophone of whale.
Idiom Homograph Homophone Idiom Simile Homophone Homophone Idiom Homophone Idiom Simile Homograph Simile Homophone Simile
The homophone is ail.
The homophone is cell.
The homophone is dense.
The homophone is seller.