Word 1: Scald (SKAWLD)
Meaning 1: To burn with or as if with hot liquid or steam.
Example Sentence: He blistered with hot, scalding porridge.
Meaning 2: To bring to a temperature just below the boiling point.
Example Sentence: You don’t have to scald your skin, only warm it before cleansing it.
Word 2: Scold (SKOHLD)
Meaning 1: A woman who disturbs the public peace by noisy and quarrelsome or abusive behavior.
Example Sentence: The old man behaves like a scold, so the neighbours keep away from him.
Meaning 2: Remonstrate with or rebuke (someone) angrily.
Example Sentence: The teacher scolds the children for making noise in the class.
Example Sentence using both words:
The scold had a field day scolding the noisy children.