|Silent A |
They are artistically, musically, romantically and logically sound.
|Silent B |
climb, crumbs, debt, doubt, numb, subtle, thumb, tomb, womb, bomb, comb
The doubt about the debt is not subtle, but the subtleties of life are much more subtle. The baby came out of the womb with a comb and a bomb in his hands and went off to raid a tomb. The plumber’s limbs and thumbs are numb because of climbing and playing with lambs.
|Silent C |
acquire, muscle, scissors
She has acquired some muscle and scissors scientifically.
|Silent D Wednesday, sandwich, handsome, edge, bridge |
Last Wednesday, she had a sandwich with a handsome boy sitting on the edge of Cambridge Bridge.
|Silent E |
hate, name, like, breathe
|Silent F |
|Silent G |
sign, gnaw, high, light, reign, though, through
The gnat gnawed and gnarled at thorough thought which goes high and through what is taught in foreign signs that feign to reign supreme.
|Silent H |
honest, ghost, heir, hour, what, whether, honour
The honest ghost is the heir to the honour at this hour whether we are overwhelmed or not.
|Silent I |
|Silent J |
|Silent K |
knead, knife, knight, knock, knot, know
We need to knead it not to tie it in a knot knowing that tonight the knight with the knowledge of the knife has knocked his knees.
|Silent L |
would, should, could, calf, half, salmon, calm, palm, psalm, talk, yolk, folk, walk, chalk, stalk
I would but should I even if I could eat half of a calf with some salmon calmly under a palm tree talking to the folk about the jokes about the broken yolk walking up the stalk marking everything with a chalk.
|Silent M |
|Silent N |
autumn, column, condemn, damn, hymn, solemn
To damn is to condemn her in the autumn to the solemn hymns tied to a column.
|Silent O |
|Silent P |
corps, coup, pneumonia, psychology, receipt
The colonel with pneumonia and the corps cooked up a coup de tat using a psychology book and the receipt from the last war.
|Silent Q |
|Silent R |
(no words in American English. However, British English has some silent Rs)
|Silent S |
aisle, island, debris, bourgeois
Plenty of debris on the island was seen by the bourgeois from the aisle of the plane.
|Silent T |
asthma, ballet, castle, gourmet, listen, rapport, ricochet, soften
The asthmatic ballet dancer was invited to the castle but went to the chalet with a bouquet for the buffet and had to listen to the softened tones of those who had rapport appreciating the gourmet.
|Silent U |
colleague, guess, guard, guide, guilt, guitar, tongue
My colleague asked me to guess quietly without using my tongue which guard was guilty of playing the guitar without my guidance.
|Silent V |
|Silent W |
answer, sword, two, whole, wrist, write, who
Whoever can rotate their two wrists holding a sword in one hand and a pen in the other has to write two whole chapters.
|Silent X |
Faux pas is a word of French origin. It means a “social mistake” or “inconsiderate action in a social situation.” Example: “Not inviting his mother-in-law to the party was a serious faux pas.”
|Silent Y |
|Silent Z |