Homophones: ween vs wean

More self-tutoring about English: the tutor mentions the homophones ween and wean.

ween: to believe by educated guess.

wean: to change away from a habit: for example, to bring a baby to eat solid food instead of milk.

Source:

Mish, Frederick C. (editor). The Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Springfield: Merriam-Webster, 2004.

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