Homophones for hall, haul

hall / haul [hɔ:l]

hall – n. – 1. a large room for eating, sleeping or entertaining in a large building; 2. auditorium or lecture room; 3. a building for public or semi-public use; 4. a passageway

haul – n. & v. – n. – 1. Informal catch of fish; 2. win at poker; 3. proceeds of theft; 4. the act of dragging or continuous pulling; 5. Ropemaking a bundle of yarns to be tarred; 6. a relatively long period of time, great distance or journey; v. – 1. to sail or hold a course; 2. to exert traction, pull, drag; 3. to bring before an authority for interrogation or punishment