markers

Homograph:
noun-a word of the same written form as another but of different meaning and usually origin, whether pronounced the same way nor not, as bear 1″to carry; support” and bear 2″animal” or lead 1″to conduct” and lead 2″metal.”

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For you non-golfers out there, the plastic discs are ball markers.  🙂

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7 thoughts on “markers

  1. I like these markers – they’re colorful! And I guess the difference between a homograph and a homonym is that a homonym is pronounced the same. Like your example of lead would only be a homograph, but bear would be either a homograph OR a homonym. Right? I love your random ideas! 🙂

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