Homophones for chord, cord, cored

chord / cord / cored  [kɔrd]

chord – n. – 1. Music a combination of three or more pitches sounded simultaneously; 2. Math a line segment that joins two points on the circumference of a circle; 3. an individual emotion or disposition

cord – n. – a long cylindrical unit, usually flexible, that may be solid or hollow and used for a specific purpose, i.e. electrical cord, bungee cord, umbilical cord, spinal cord, vocal cords, etc.

cored – v. – past tense of core – 1. to take a cylindrical portion from something i.e. to obtain a core sample of rock or to core an apple; 2. to make a long cylinder with different components