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"Alternative meanings (Homophones)" and "See also" word relationships

Submitted by Hugh on 24 May 2013

I am pleased to announce the addition of "Alternative meanings (Homophones)" and "See also" links. What on earth am I talking about? Indeed. Let me give a few examples, and hopefully it'll become clearer.

Very often there are words which relate to other words in some way or other. Up until now there was no link between such words. Now such links are being added. "Alternative meanings (Homophones)" are words which are spelt and pronounced identically, but actually mean different things. In this case there is now a link to the word(s) which mean something different. Some examples:

In each of the above words, you will find a link labelled "Alternative meanings (Homophones)" which links to the relevant word.

The other relationship is "See also". These are words which have another word which is, for some reason, of interest. Examples are: