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HOMOGRAPH game

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  • MissShapen
    MissShapen Member Posts: 3,963
    edited April 2008

    poacher (pan to poach eggs or fish)

    poacher (one who traps animals illegally)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    press (iron)

    press (urge someone to do something)

    press (news reporters)

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    strip (to remove or dispose of clothing, honors, titles )

    strip (narrow piece of land, tape, etc.)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    dive (into the water head first)

    dive (dirty, ratty place)

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    slug (a small piece of metal)

    slug (small snail without a shell who invades our gardens)

    slug (hit with force - what I'd like to do to our garden pests!)

  • MissShapen
    MissShapen Member Posts: 3,963
    edited April 2008

    shell (a sea shell)

    shell (a sleeveless top)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    raise (a child...a garden)

    raise (pay increase)

    raise (hell)

  • MissShapen
    MissShapen Member Posts: 3,963
    edited April 2008

    tank (an army vehicle)

    tank (a sleeveless top)

    tank (rapid decline- my stock tanked)

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    bound (to leap, jump, bounce)

    bound (tied together)

    bound (to limit as in boundaries)

    bound (going;headed to)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    stable (a building to keep horses in)

    stable (steady on one's feet)

    stable (sane......I doubt I fall into that category most days)

  • LoriFL
    LoriFL Member Posts: 587
    edited April 2008

    slip- fall down

    slip- where you park your boat

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    object (a material thing)

    object (in opposition to)

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    March (3rd month of the year)

    march (to move in order, as in soldiers)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    felt (sensed something)

    felt (smooth material)

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    peer (to look at closely)

    peer (an equal)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    mold (furry bacteria which grows on old food)

    mold (hollow container in which liquid is poured to harden)

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    clutch (to grasp or grip)

    clutch (the motor/engine device thingy in a carUndecided)

    clutch (nest of eggs/brood of chicks)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    save (put money away)

    save (rescue someone)

    TC - never heard of a clutch in reference to a nest or brood - are you a little farm girl?Wink

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    Ah, ya caught me!  My dear friend "Webster" enlightened me on that one. Embarassed  Maybe I should try farm living.  I sure as heck couldn't master an automobile clutch. lol

    right (correct)

    rite  (a solemn act)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    TC - You're ALMOST in the correct game...this is the homograph, not homophone  Holy MolyLOL

    gem (a precious stone)

    gem ( a precious person - like all of you gems) 





  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

     I Don't Knowwhat I was thinking?  ROTFL  Guess I spent too much time here yesterday. lol

    Awww...You're a treasure to us too!

    Let's try again.  It's a new day.


    bar (any long rod-type material used as a barrier)

    bar (as in a bar of soap)

    bar (legal profession - pass the bar exam)

    bar (I think I need a drink now) lol Martini Maybe that is why I don't know my homographs from homophones. lol



  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    Well have a couple cocktails - start the weekend off right!!!

    drink (take in fluid by mouth)

    drink (a cocktail) Party! 





  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    Too funny!  Sounds good to me!  What's the saying...Eat, Drink and be Merry! Or maybe, let the good times...

    roll  (as in rolling on the floor laughing)

    roll  (as in dinner roll, cinnamon roll)

    roll  (We're on a roll now)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    That's one for the song game....Let the Good Times Roll (who did it?)

    Now that we are partying, let's have some -----

    levity (frivolity)

    levity (inconsistancy)

    levity (undignified behaviorCool)

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    I think Shirley and Lee, but there are a few, so I'm not sure. ???

    My tippy toes are drooping. lol

    produce (to bring forth)...another cocktail please. lol

    produce (fruits and veggies)

  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    Get back on those toes girl.......say no to chemo brain!

    idle (lazy, lay-around)

    idle (run engine in neutral gear)

  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    Knocking some sense into chemo brain... Hammer Head

    temple (a place of worship)

    temple (side of head, just outside of outer eyebrows) Careful, don't wack either temple!





  • WellWater
    WellWater Member Posts: 4,524
    edited April 2008

    Eyebrows?  Eyebrows?  You Got Eyebrows???? Doofus I need me some of dos!!!

    brow (forehead usually involving eyebrows)

    brow (the crest of a hill) 







  • takingcare
    takingcare Member Posts: 1,257
    edited April 2008

    Too funny!  Mine finally came back, but I'd be happy to send an eyebrow pencil so that you can...

    draw (to sketch, pencil...them on!)   Painter 

    draw (to move up, out, in, out, etc.)  To draw funds, a bath, the curtains Does anyone remember the Miss Piggle Wiggle Books?





  • MissShapen
    MissShapen Member Posts: 3,963
    edited April 2008

    Crest (a brand of toothpaste)

    crest  (the high point of an action)

    I'll have some eyebrows, please.