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Homophones are the words that are pronounced the same or sound like another word, however, they differ in meaning.

Examples of homophones are pear and pair or hear and hare.

Homographs are the words that are spelled the same but have the different meaning.

An example of homographs is “you shed a tear”  and “you tear your trousers”. Here word “tear” is spelled same but has different meaning.

Homonyms referred for both Homographs and Homophones.

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