Need Of Homo Phonic Words In Our Life:-6

There are many confusing words in English which are making us damp. We must know them for our betterment. Homo Phonic words are nearly sounding equally or mostly equal, but their meanings are different. Hence, we must know them and their meaning also their uses. Now a days I am writing all about them. Please, must read and share these articles among your friends. May these articles are helpful for them. Some more homo phonic words are containing by this article as follows:-

30. (a)  Caster: A person who casts something or a machine for casting something.
Example: That man is a caster who casts many freshers.

(b) Castor: Each of a set of small swiveling wheels fixed to the legs or base of a heavy piece of furniture so that it can be moved easily.
Example: Castor oil is very useful for moving vehicles smoothly.

31. (a)  Caught: Past participle of catch.
Example: My brother caught many fish yesterday.

(b) court:  A body of people presided over by a judge, judges, or magistrate, and acting as a tribunal in civil and criminal cases.
Example: She will take the matter to court.

32. (a) Ceiling: The upper interior surface of a room or other similar compartment.
Example: The books were stacked from floor to ceiling.

(b) Sealing: Fasten or close securely.
My sister folded it, sealed the envelope, and walked to the postbox for dropping it.

33. (a) Cell: A small room in which a prisoner is locked up or in which a monk or nun sleeps.
Example: Our body contains numbers of cells.
(b) Sell: Give or hand over (something) in exchange for money. This word also written as sale.
Example: Please, sell all the old unused papers.
34. (a) Censer: A container in which incense is burnt during a religious ceremony.
Example: Many censer are taking place during Holi.

(b) Censor: An official who examines books, films, news, etc
Example: Our censor board never permit that movie to show in the hall.

(c) Sensor: A device which detects or measures a physical property and records, indicates, or otherwise responds to it.
Example: To ensure greater response and surer handling, the engineers used electronic sensors to monitor each wheel.

35. (a) Cent: A monetary unit in various countries.
Example: Different country uses different types of cent for their betterment.

(b) Scent: A distinctive smell, especially one that is pleasant.
Example:- The scent of freshly cut hay is fabulous one.

(c) Sent: Past participle of send. To be continue:-

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