A homonym is one of two or more words that are pronounced the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings. How does your homonym knowledge stack up? Take our (hour?) quiz and see (sea?)!
When a baseball player hits a home run, he runs all the way around the ...
Which describes a loop of rope?
_____ best off choosing which homonym to complete this sentence?
What might be a demolition crew's favorite homonym?
This is a type of African antelope.
The first and eighth notes of a major scale are …
Which is a synonym for wharf?
The man paddled the boat with an ...
She had to ______ over her textbooks and notes in order to prepare for the test.
These are used to steer a horse.
I just couldn't get interested in that documentary about rocks; it was a real …
You know that little mark a proofreader uses to insert words (it looks like this: ^)? That's called a …
Which describes something not in use?
_____ coming from _____ house over _____.
there, their, they're
their, they're, there
they're, their, there
This book is a little too long. I think the author could _____ down some of the chapters.
Watching the movie "Braveheart<i>"</i> really _____ my interest in Scottish history.
The cat often _____ on birds and lizards.
For many young people, getting their driver's license is an important ______ of passage.
The police _____ aggressively on the man's door after his neighbors called in a noise complaint.
This homonym is the past tense of "slay."
Which of these is a seabird?
Whether you're talking about a tailless amphibian or a detestable person, use this word.
He tried to fit in his old jeans, but he had gained _____ much weight.
Which is a type of blood vessel?
When they left for work, their dog would _____ with sadness.
A big group of people is called a …
The golfer's ball sailed toward the crowd as he yelled "_____!"
Every year millions of tourists flock to New York City to see the …
When it comes to eating undercooked meat, I like to _____ on the side of caution.