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Homonyms of one another are expressions that are both homophones (expressions that have the same phonematic string; i.e., "sound" the same way) and homographs (expressions that have the same spelling) of one another at the same time. The quality of homonyms is called homonymy. An example is down (the direction) and down (the underplumage of a goose).