Sexy Birthday Homonyms: pain & pane
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The Sexy Grammarian’s sexy homonyms birthday party winds down this week with my sexiest example sentences yet. I dedicate this pair to Eminem because every time I hear him rapping along with Rihanna’s sweet singing in this song, I have to say to him, “No, Em, that’s not why they call it window pane.”
The noun pain expresses physical suffering, as in:
He bucked his hips against the exquisite pain of her bite.
The noun pane is a single plate of glass in a frame , as in:
She pressed her lips against the window pane and winked at me.
What is a homonym? Generally speaking, homonyms are any words that sound the same but have different meanings. Read more about homonyms, homophones, and homographs on Wikipedia, and check out this exhaustive homonym list.