RimRod was wound so tight that I had to wound him with my Sword of Zoloft.
I had to object to the object which Randofu was forcing into the strange young man.
donfreenut's toilet was so full that it was forced to refuse the incoming refuse.
As a Eastern European hooker, witchiepoo had to polish a lot of Polish knobs.
dem bones could lead if he would get the lead out of his ass.
These are not homophones. A homophone is a word pronounced the same as another but which has a different meaning. An example would be heir and air.
These are not homonyms. A homonym is a word which is the same as another word in sound and spelling but which has a different meaning. An example would be to chase, as in pursue, and chase, as in "to ornament metal".
Some might call these homographs. A homograph is a word which has the same written form as another but which has a different meaning and usually a different origin. It doesn't matter if they are pronounced the same way or not.
A better term is heteronym. This is a word which is spelled the same as another but which has a different sound as well as a different meaning.
In the witchiepoo example, polish is also a capitonym. This is a word which changes pronunciation when it is capitalized. Another example of this would be:
The editor's job here on E2 will often make one feel like Job on a bad day.