Homophones for barney, barny

barney / barny  [bɒrni]

barney – n.– 1. a noisy quarrel; 2. an inept man; 3. an appeal against the outcome of a game

barny – adj. – like or suggesting a barn, especially in size, shape or characteristic smell



He said people loved to play the blame game when it came to conflicts but one of the most effective ways to resolve a barney was to take a good hard look at yourself.

~Group stays cool in conflict (2011) – Shannon Newley


The daughter’s own home was not suitable: an older, “barny” home, it had no air conditioning, all bedrooms were upstairs.

~Daughter faces guilt, cost of mother’s illness (1987) – Don Boyett