HOMOGRAPHS

English Language

HOMOGRAPHS

HOMOGRAPHS.

Homographs are words which are spelled the same but have different meanings.

They usually appear as separate entries in a dictionary.

Examples: The man dug a well in his compound.

They worked well together.

In the first sentence, the noun well means “a spring of water”.

In the second sentence, the adverb well means “in a good manner”.