As a detective trying to solve the mystery of “Homophone of vowels not found in this answer,” my first thought was to identify which vowels were missing from the answer. After looking at the crossword puzzle, I noticed that the letters A, I, and O were not present. Next, I thought about words that sound like vowels but do not contain any of the missing vowels. That’s when it hit me – “ewes” is a homophone of “yous” (or “you’s”), and it doesn’t contain any of the missing vowels. In other words, “yous” sounds like “ewes” and doesn’t have any As, Is, or Os. This realization was both exciting and rewarding, as it required a combination of critical thinking and linguistic expertise to solve the puzzle. The answer not only brought a sense of satisfaction but also demonstrated the power of language and the importance of looking beyond mere words to find meaning in phrases and clues.