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Old Mar 16, '12, 6:34 pm
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buffet: first part emphasized: to hit; second part emphasized: a meal at which guests serve themselves from dishes on display..

close: pronounced /CLOZE/ it means to shut; pronounced /CLOHSS/ it means nearby.
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Old Mar 26, '12, 6:44 pm
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close: pronounced /CLOZE/ it means to shut; pronounced /CLOHSS/ it means nearby.
combine: /KOM-bine/=a threshing machine; /kom-BINE/= put together.
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combine: /KOM-bine/=a threshing machine; /kom-BINE/= put together.
conduct: /kon-duct/=behavior; /kon-duct/=to direct or manage.
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Old Apr 6, '12, 6:35 pm
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conduct: /kon-duct/=behavior; /kon-duct/=to direct or manage.
conflict: either disagreement/fight or to be in opposition.
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conflict: either disagreement/fight or to be in opposition.

console: either an upright case/computer terminal or to comfort.
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console: either an upright case/computer terminal or to comfort.
consort: either a companion/partner or "to keep company".
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consort: either a companion/partner or "to keep company".
construct: either something constructed or to assemble.
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construct: either something constructed or to assemble.
content: either a substantive part, or satisfied.
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Welcome, CatholicLady2! For a long while, I began to think that I was the only one posting here. (And that's a good example of a heteronym, too.)

contest (competition) and contest (to dispute).
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Welcome, CatholicLady2! For a long while, I began to think that I was the only one posting here. (And that's a good example of a heteronym, too.)

contest (competition) and contest (to dispute).
contract: either an agreement or to shrink/to agree to a project.
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contract: either an agreement or to shrink/to agree to a project.
convert: either "one whose belief was changed" or "to change one's belief".
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convert: either "one whose belief was changed" or "to change one's belief".
converse: either opposite or to talk.
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converse: either opposite or to talk.
convict: either a prisoner, or to find guilty.
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crooked: pronounced /CROOK'D/ it means bended; pronounced /CROOK-ed/ it means bent.

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