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Homophones that mean clothing?

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What is the homophone for DESERT meaning abandon?

Dessert is a homophone for desert, when "desert" means to abandon.  The other homograph of "desert," meaning a dry place, doesn't have  a homophone.

What are some examples of homophones with meaning?

night/knight - night is the opposite of day/a knight is military person from middle ages ate / eight - ate is the past tense of eat/eight is the number 8 fair/ fare - a fair