One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The author may choose to use a specific word because it is polysemic or homonymic.’
- ‘Here, she's playing off the homonymic quality of ‘poll’ and ‘pole.’’
- ‘Medieval French was much less concerned with the problems of homonymic clash than subsequent stages of the language, and readily tolerated a plethora of homonyms which modern French has often officiously tidied up.’
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