MOOR HOMOPHONES
Homophones are words that are spelled differently, with different meanings, but sound the same. Each question is in 2 parts, and each answer is made up of 2 homophones. For example, the answer to “purchaser / cow shed” is buyer / byre.
1. Centred / Moisten meat while cooking.
 Based / Baste
2. An unsecured anchor / Not present.
 Aweigh /Away
3. A provincial governor in the Ottoman Empire / A style of window.
 Bey / Bay
4. Duty / Horse harnesses
 Tax / Tacks
5. Go backwards / Improve a lawn
 Recede / Reseed
6. Shows disapproval / Alcohol
 Boos / Booze
7. The intended victim of a swindler / A brand or product, particularly of a car.
 Mark / Marque
8. An Eastern person / Item of clothing
 Thai / Tie
9. Condiment / Called a group together.
 Mustard / Mustered
10. Wander / European city
 Roam / Rome