Literal – littoral
They are contained in Bridges' list VI: 'words excluded from List I for various reasons, "their homophony being rightly questioned by many speakers".' AWE cannot determine the questioning that might have arisen around 1920, fashions in pronunciation having changed over the last hundred years.
Both are usually pronounced 'Lit-er-el', IPA: /ˈlɪt ər əl/, but LPD records an American pronunciation that stresses the final syllable: 'lit-er-AL' (or -AHL), IPA: /ˌlɪt ər ˈæ (or ɑː)l/. This may be the pronunciation used by the 'many speakers' cited by Bridges. British speakers may, to avoid ambiguity, clarify by emphasizing the central syllable: 'lit-ORE-el', IPA: /ˌlɪt ˈɔːr əl/