Rain or Reign?
Exemple : ‘’There has been constant rain for many days now!’’
The words "rain" and "reign" can often be confused as they are homonyms. "Rain" is the noun used to denote wet weather.
Exemple : ‘’The queen's reign has been a long one.’’
"Reign" can be both a verb and noun and is most commonly used in relation to the amount of time a monarch has spent on the throne. Despite this, it can be used in a variety of different contexts.