Homophones for hearsed, hearst, hurst

hearsed / hearst / hurst [hɜrst]

hearsed – v. past tense of hearse – 1. to place on a bier or in a coffin; 2. to convey in a hearse; 3. bury, entomb; 4. to shroud as if with a hearse

hearst – n. – Hunting a two to three-year-old female deer

hurst – n. – 1. a hillock, now often used as a compound name of a municipality on a hill; 2. a sandbank in a sea or a river; 3. a wood or wooded eminence; 4. Exponent used in geology to determine scaling between two regions