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Wound & Wound

Wound – an injury

  • Let me see the wound on your leg.
  • That looks like a bad wound. You need to see a doctor.
  • How many people got wounded in the accident?
  • There are many people wounded from the earthquake.
  • My wounds will heal, and I will be fine.

Wound – the past tense of wind

  • This string was wound very tight.
  • Last night we had wound up all the ropes from for the boat.
  • I wound up the yarn for my grandmother, so she can knit me a sweater.
  • My sister wound up the trees with lights for the holidays last week.
  • Who wound up the cables for the TV?


Bark & Bark

See & See

Wait & Weight

Ring & Ring

Duck & Duck

Find & Fined

Fluke & Fluke

Sun & Son

Left & Left

Meat & Meet

Pen & Pen

Rock & Rock

Rose & Rose

Right & Right

Saw & Saw

Spring & Spring

Wound & Wound