Homophones for knead, kneed, need

knead / kneed / need [ni:d]

knead – v. – 1. work dough, clay, etc., into a smooth mass by pressing and folding (either with the hands or a machine); 2. blend or weld together; 3. massage or pummel

kneed – v. past tense & part. of knee – touch or strike with the knee

need – v. & n. – v. intr. – 1. stand in want of, require; 2. be under obligation; 3. be necessary; n. – 1. want or requirement; 2. circumstances of requiring some course of action; 3. a condition of lacking or requiring some necessary thing either physically or psychologically – destitution, poverty; 4. a crisis, time of difficulty, distress or trouble, an emergency