Homophones for flour, flower

flour / flower [ˈflaʊɜr]

flour – n. & v. – n. – 1. a fine powder obtained by grinding grain, especially wheat, used for making bread, cakes, etc.; 2. a fine powder made from other foodstuffs, e.g., potatoes, nuts, corn, etc.; v. tr. – sprinkle or cover with flour

flower – n. & v. – n. – 1. the part of a plant from which the fruit or seed is developed; 2. a blossom and usually its stem considered independently of the growing plant, especially as used in groups for decoration or as a mark of honour or respect; 3. the prime or most active or vigorous period in a person’s life; 4. the state of being in bloom; v. intr. – 1. of a plant, produce blooms; 2. develop into; 3. reach a peak, be in or attain one’s fullest stage of development