What is a sentence with homophone in it?


I only have one answer and that is: " It's the. PRESENCE. of your birthday, now lets go and open your. PRESENTS. "
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A homophone is defined as one of two or more words that have the same sound
Well I'll just assume there should be a to before greet and say Rose/Bill.
Night, because it sounds the same as Knight
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Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation but have a different meaning. They are used to deceive the reader, create puns, suggest multiple meanings ...
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