Consecutive triple homonyms in one sentence. Do you know of any?

Triple homonyms, a group of three words such as pares, pears, and pairs, sound the same but have different spellings and meanings. They are not uncommon and are not terribly difficult to use together in one sentence. e.g., Joe always pares his pears in pairs In this example, the three words are not... show more Triple homonyms, a group of three words such as pares, pears, and pairs, sound the same but have different spellings and meanings. They are not uncommon and are not terribly difficult to use together in one sentence.

e.g., Joe always pares his pears in pairs

In this example, the three words are not consecutive. They are separated by "his" and "in".

Can you compose a sentence with a set of triple homonyms with no words separating them , with all three words in a row?

Quadruple or better (a few do exist) would be be a sure choice for Best Answer.
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