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Study the word list: Non-statutory words: homophones #4

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Word list: Non-statutory words: homophones #4

descent They began their descent at dawn.
dissent The footballer was sent off for dissent.
desert Why did the soldier desert his post?
dessert I'd like ice-cream for dessert.
draft This is the first draft of my speech.
draught An icy draught swept through the street.
principal The principal called a staff meeting.
principle It is my principle to behave honestly.
profit The amount of sales will determine the profits.
prophet The prophet said a holy man would come.
stationary Our train was stationary for over an hour.
stationery I buy all the stationery for our office.
steal A mugger tried to steal my wallet.
steel The knife is made of stainless steel.
wary I am very wary of the dangerous creature.
weary They were weary from their travels.

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