I – Illicit

homophones

I (pron.): the singular personal pronoun   Aye (n.): an affirmative vote
Eye (n.): the organ of sight; (v.): to look at

I’d (contr.): short for “I would” or “I had”   Eyed (v.): looked at

Idle (adj.): not working; resting   Idol (n.): something or someone worshiped   Idyll (n.): a poem or prose composition, usually describing pastoral scenes or events

I’ll (contr.): short for “I will” or “I shall”   Isle (n.): a small island
Aisle (n.) a walkway between seats or sections


Illicit (adj.): illegal; unlawful
Elicit (v.) to bring forth, such as an emotion; to evoke