Bridges homophones

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In 1919, the then Poet Laureate Robert Bridges wrote, as the second "TRACT" of the Society for Pure English (London, OUP), a paper on 'English Homophones'. This forms the basis for a category:Bridges homophones in AWE. (This page is a work in progress. In time, each entry in the nine of Bridges's lists will have a separate article in AWE, which will be included in the Category:Bridges homophones, and its sub-categories - whereon the word itself will be removed from the lists here in this workspace.)

Some of the words listed as homophones by Bridges may be as well regardsd as homographs. AWE doesn't seek to caregorize thes separately'

Bridges's paper contains