Dear or Deer?
Exemple : ‘’The fish is lovely but it was very dear!’’
The words “dear” and “deer” or homonyms which can cause confusion. “Dear” is an adjective which is used as a synonym to the word “expensive.” It can also be used in expression to denote that something is “loved very much.”
Exemple : ‘’I saw a herd of deer whilst out driving. ’’
The noun “deer” is used to denote the animal with large antlers; the male of which is known as a stag or buck and the female as a hind or doe.