1. Allusions (indirect reference):

The poem is full of allusions.

Illusion (a deceptive show ):

Indian mythology regards the material world as an illusion.
2. Apposite (Proper): His arguments were not apposite to the subject.

Opposite (contrary, in front of): His house is opposite to the college.
3. Assent (agreement): He gave his assent to the new proposal.

Ascent (going up): He pushed the button and the elevator began its slow ascent.
4. Arc (part of circle): If a straight line is drawn in a circle it will divide it into two arcs.

Ark (covered floating vessel): He crossed the Black Sea with his family in an ark.
5. Aloud (high volume ): I can’t hear you well, please speak aloud.

Allowed (permitted): He was allowed to enter.
6. Angle (an angle of degree): This is a ninety degree angle.

Angel (a divine messenger): Angels reside in heaven while men reside on earth.
7. Advice (noun): I need your exper advice in this matter.

Advise (verb): Please advise me in this matter.
8. Amiable (lovable): She is not only a beautiful but also an amiable girl.

Amicable (friendly): Finally the came to an amicable settlement.
9. Ail (to be ill): What ails the Industry is to be sorted out.

Ale (a drink): He has gone to the ale-house.
10. All together (in a body): Let us move there all together.

Altogether (completely): It seems altogether impossible to cross the river in night.