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Homonyms - Vocabulary Questions and Answers.


1. ________ is what horses eat.


2. The child felt deep ________ when his mother found out that he had lied about how the plate was broken.


3. They are trying to locate the ________ that controls obesity.


4. The artist made a ________ of a party scene.


5. The building had a long ________.



6. Grandfather was a ________ and hearty man.


7. Chickens can also be referred to as poultry or ________.


8. Go ________ in peace.


9. Have a ________. Give me another chance.


10. A rabbit looks very much like a ________.


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