Word 1: Scalp, scalping (SKALP, SKALP ing)
Meaning 1: The skin covering the head, excluding the face.
Example Sentence: She was in the habit of oiling her scalp daily.
Meaning 2:The scalp with the hair belonging to it, cut or torn away from an enemy’s head as a battle trophy, a former practice among American Indians.
Example Sentence: The tribals hung the scalps of their enemies in their bridles.
Meaning 3: To remove the hair and skin from the head of (an enemy) as a sign of victory
Example Sentence:The scalps were dried after the warriors brought them back.
Meaning 4: Resell (shares or tickets) at a large or quick profit.
Example Sentence: At times tickets were scalped for twenty times their value outside the stadium.
Word 2: Scalpel (SKAL puhl)
Meaning 1: A knife with a small, sharp, sometimes detachable blade, as used by a surgeon.
Example Sentence: The surgeon used the scalpel with absolute precision.
Example Sentence using all the words:
His scalp was sore from the scalpel the quack used for which he scalped the tickets of the cricket match from him.