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Homonyms - Vocabulary Questions and Answers.


1. Looking directly into the ________ could hurt your eyes.


2. How much will that be with sales ________?


3. It was a long story, but a fascinating ________.


4. The orchestral piece ending with a loud ________ crash.


5. She told the campers a scary ________ about a mysterious murder.



6. An area of land without trees is a ________.


7. Harry carried his golf ________ in his hip pocket.


8. This has been a ________ effort.


9. Weeds are also known as ________.


10. Meet me at the first ________ at sunrise.


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