Arrive vs. Reach
Arrive: To get to the place you are going to.
Ex:- You arrived at the party at around 8 o’clock.
Reach: To arrive somewhere especially after a long journey.
Ex:- When I finally reached the station, I was very tired.
Baby Vs. Infant
Baby: A very young child who has not yet learned to speak or walk.
Ex:- He sat next to a woman holding a baby.
Infant (formal): A baby or a very young child.
Ex:- The disease is mainly found in infants.
Aisle Vs. Isle
Aisle: A passage between rows of seats.
Ex:- The musical had the audience dancing in the aisles.
Isle: An island.
Ex-: The British Isles.
Balmy Vs. Barmy
Balmy: Pleasantly warm.
Ex- : Balmy weather.
Barmy: Foolish, crazy.
Ex-: This is a barmy decision.
Canvas Vs. Canvass
Canvas: A type of strong cloth.
Ex- : The painting is oil on canvas.
Canvass: To seek people’s votes.
Ex-: In each ward, two workers canvassed some 2,000 voters.
Discreet Vs. Discrete
Discreet: Careful not to attract attention.
Ex- : The family made discreet enquiries about his background.
Discrete: Separate and distinct.
Ex-: These small companies now have their own discrete identity.
Dual Vs. Duel
Dual: Having two parts.
Ex- : Their dual role at work and home.
Duel: A fight or contest between two people.
Ex-: Shall we duel over this?