Vain or Vein?
Exemple : ‘’She is so vain regarding her appearance.’’
The words “vain” and “vein” are homonyms which can result in confusion. The word “vain” is an adjective meaning that someone have an exaggerated sense of self-importance or pride in themselves.
Exemple : ‘’The doctor had to try to find my vein to take blood. ’’
The word “vein” is a noun referring to the vessel through which blood flows in order to travel around the body.