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Halt vs. Halter

To stop.A rope or strap used to lead or tie an animal such as a horse.A woman's top with a band that ties behind the neck, leaving the back and shoulders bare....

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Halftime vs. Halfway

A short break in the middle of a game such as football, basketball, or hockey.Half the distance from one point to another.Not thorough or complete.To or at half the distance....

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Hairdo vs. Hairy

The way hair is styled or arranged.Covered with air.Dangerous and frightening....

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Haircut vs. Hairdresser

When you get a haircut, someone cuts and styles your hair.Someone who cuts and styles people’s hair....

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Gas Mask vs. Gas Station

A mask that fits over the whole face to keep a person from breathing poisonous gas.A place that sells gasoline, oil, and other things needed to keep motor vehicles running....

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Gas vs. Gasoline

A substance, such as air, that will spread to fill any space that contains it.A substance that is used as a source of energy.A liquid fuel used in many vehicles.A liquid fuel made from oil, which i...

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Gangplank vs. Gangway

A short bridge or piece of wood used for walking onto and off of a ship.A passageway on a ship or between buildings.A gangplank....

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Gang vs. Gangster

A group of people with similar interests or goals.An organized group of criminals.If several people gang up on you, they all turn against you.A member of a criminal gang....

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Frequency vs. Frequent

If something happens with frequency, it happens again and again.The number of times that something happens.The number of cycles per second of a radio wave.The number of vibrations per second in a light wave....

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French Fries vs. French Horn

Strips of potato that are fried in deep fat or oil.A brass instrument made of a coiled tube that flares into a bell at the end....

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