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train
Catch the train at the station.
detain
He was sorry to detain the woman to the airport.
remain
The captain remained on his wrecked ship.
sprain

strain
I have been under a lot of strain. *
contain
A balanced diet should contain protein.
explain
Please explain why you are late.
painful
When I broke my arm it was very painful.
complain
'm going to complain about that awful smell.
aeroplane British English spelling
They took the aeroplane to Australia.
hurricane
There was a terrible hurricane.
entertained

cane

lane
Dave got his truck stuck in the lane.
mane
Kate brushed her horse's mane.
main
We don't want to live near the main road.
rain
The heavy rain caused some flooding.
vain
The rescue attempt was in vain.
brain
The traumatic injury was a brain haemorrhage. *
Chain
There was a broken link in the chain.

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