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reign, rein, rain

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  Ed Good  —  Grammar Tips

To reign means “to rule.”

A rein keeps your horse attached to the hitching post.

Raindrops keep falling on your head.

Example: He tugged on the reins of his horse as the rain began to fall and galloped back to the castle where he reigned over his small kingdom.

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