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Difference between 'Pray' and 'Prey'

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To pray is to offer prayer to God.

A prey is a victim.
To prey(upon) is to hunt and kill.

Sample Usage

1. The self same moment I could pray.
2. She prayed to God to help her.
3. Let us pray.

1. The shark at savage prey.
2. He fell prey to muggers.

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