Homophones for fence, fents

fence / fents [fɛn(t)s]

fence – n. & v. – n. – 1. a structure serving as an enclosure, a barrier or a boundary, usually made of posts or stakes joined by boards, wires or rails; 2. one who receives and sells stolen goods; a place where such goods are received and sold; 4. Archaic a means of defense, protection; v. – 1. to enclose with a fence; 2. to separate or close off by or as if by means of a fence; 3. to ward off, keep away; 4. to sell stolen goods; 5. to practise the sport of fencing (ritual combat using swords of various kinds); 6. to use tactics similar to parry and thrust of fencing; 7. to avoid giving direct answers, hedge; 8. to act as a conduit for stolen goods

fents – n. pl. of fent & v. – n. – 1. a slit or opening in a garment, especially a neck opening or a fabric remnant; 2. a break in the skin; 3. a rift in the ground; v. – to make slits in