Homophones for mantel, mantle

mantel / mantle [ˈmæntəl]

mantel – n. & v. – n. – 1. a large horizontal piece of stone or wood supporting masonry above a fireplace; 2. a projecting shelf above a fireplace; 3. a rock-climbing procedure for moving along a narrow ledge of rock; v. Mountaineering – a maneuver to pull oneself up onto a narrow rock ledge

mantle – n. & v. – n. – 1. a loose, sleeveless cloak; 2. a plaid formerly worn in rural Scotland or Ireland; 3. a blanket made of softened furs; 4. anything that enwraps, enfolds, encloses something else – a guise, a pretense; 5. a position of authority, responsibility or leadership; 6. the region between the Earth’s crust and core; v. – 1. clothe, dress, cover; 2. encircle, surround, conceal, disguise; 3. protect, fortify; 4. form a surface layer on a liquid; 5. blush, suffuse with colour