I'm interested in finding any webpages or books that list words and phrases of more than one character that share the same pronunciation but not the same tones.
For instance, here are some terms I've discovered in EDICT with the syllables "li" and "ji" in different tones:
Lǐjì禮記 礼记 "Classic of Rites"
lǐji裡脊 里脊 "(tender)loin (of pork, beef etc)"
lìjī利基 利基 "niche"
lìjí立即 立即 "immediately"
lìjǐ利己 利己 "personal profit / to benefit oneself"
lìji痢疾 痢疾 "dysentery"
I'm looking for something like this but with lots more words and phrases so that I can listen to the differences in tones in words and phrases, not just isolated syllables/characters, and without the distraction of also having varying pronunciation.
Resources including audio would be amazing, but just lists of words is quite good enough so that I can get a Mandarin-speaking helper to pronounce them for me.
Please do not paste a list or partial list as an answer