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1.

weird (wierd)
Breaking everyones favourite spelling rule i before e except after c the word weird is, well,
weird.

2. accommodate (acommodate, accomodate)


The easiest way to remember the two double letter pairings in accommodate is to remember that
this word accommodates a lot of letters.

3. handkerchief (hankerchief)
The lurking d in handkerchief can be remembered by thinking about the fact that these squares of
nose-blowing cloth fit in ones hand. Dont get confused by the shortened hanky! (Nor should you try
adding a d in there: handky is far from correct.)

4. indict (indite)
The silence c in indict (and related words indictment, indictable, etc.) baffles lots of people, both in its
spelling and its pronunciation.

5. cemetery (cemetary)
Though many are tempted, there is no a in cemetery. You might contrast the word with graveyard,
which has two as.

6. conscience (conscence, conscious)


The first step is to avoid confusing conscience a persons moral sense of right and wrong (noun)
and conscious aware and responding to ones surroundings (adjective). Once you clear that hurdle,
you need to make sure that science makes an appearance in your spelling.

7. rhythm (rythm, rhythym, etc.)


This notorious word boasts only a single vowel and y, at that! plus a couple of hs running amok.
The related word rhyme is only slightly easier.

8. playwright (playwrite)
Even though playwrights do write, the wright in this word actually refers to a builder, as in similar
words like shipwright. You can remember this by thinking of a playwright as someone who builds a
theatre experience.

9. embarrass (embarass, embaress)


This word unequivocally demonstrates that language has a sense of humour. Why else make the
word embarrass embarrassingly difficult to spell?

10. millennium (millenium)


The incorrect spelling of millennium with only a single n is very common, possibly because similar
words, such as millenarian and millenary, follow this single n pattern. When youre talking about the
millennial generation, take to care to keep that second n in there.

11. pharaoh (pharoh)


Given the worlds fascination with ancient Egypt, youd think that the word for their rulers wouldnt
present such a problem, but the sneaky ao in the second syllable is a tricky one.

12. liaison (liason)


Both liaison and liaise boast that tricky triple vowel, a gift from French.

13. convalesce (convalece)


The -sce ending in convalesce is a spelling difficulty that crops in several English words that have a
Latin origin, including acquiesce, coalesce, and incandesce.

14. supersede (supercede)


Derived from the Latin word supersedere, this word is frequently misspelled as supercede thanks to
the influence of words like accede and intercede.

15. ecstasy (ecstacy)


Ecstasy may turn to despair when you realize that youve assumed that the c at the start
of ecstasymakes a later reappearance.

16. Caribbean (Carribean, Caribean)


The Caribbean tropics may seem slightly less alluring once you realize how much trouble you have
spelling this name.

17. harass (harrass)


While harass may have two different pronunciations, it doesnt have two rs!

18. maintenance (maintainence)


Although maintenance often implies the maintaining of something, the word does not
have maintain in it.

19. pronunciation (pronounciation)


Even though the verb form of this word is pronounce, the noun pronunciation does not have that
o in the middle. Before writing the word out, you might try saying
both pronunciation and pronounce out loud and hear the difference yourself.

20. Arctic (Artic)


Although the pronunciation without the c sound is considered acceptable, the spelling still requires
that the c be present. (The same goes for Antarctica.)

21. occurred (ocurred, occured)


Make sure that you double both the c and the r when you use the past tense of occur! Many verbs
ending in a single r will take a double r in the past tense, such as recur, blur, and refer.

22. recommend (reccommend, reccomend)


Another double-letter kerfuffle, recommend might seem as though it deserves a second c, but the
word only has one.

23. deductible (deductable)


This word is one of many examples of -ibles and -ables that may easily be confused. Check out
Words ending in -able or -ible for help on figuring these out.

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Austrailia Australia
Checkoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Conneticut Connecticut
Febewary February
Parmisian Parmesan
Presbaterian Presbyterian
Tootonic Teutonic
Tusday Tuesday
Wendsday Wednesday
abanden abandon
abiss abyss
abizmal abysmal
abriviate abbreviate
abscound abscond
absorbant absorbent
absorbtion absorption
abstanence abstinence
abundence abundance
abundent abundant
acatemy academy
acceptence acceptance
acceptible acceptable
acceptibly acceptably
accessable accessible
accidently accidentally
accomidate accommodate
accross across
accually actually
acheeve achieve
acknowledgement acknowledgment
acoostic acoustic
acordian accordion
acqueus aqueous
acquiess acquiesce
acrost across
acryllic acrylic
acter actor
adament adamant
adaquit adequate
adew adieu
adheasive adhesive
adjacancy adjacency
adjasant adjacent
adjatate agitate
adjative adjective
adolecent adolescent
adventagous advantageous
advesary adversary
afficianado aficionado
afterwords afterwards
aggenst against
aggrivate aggravate
agrandize aggrandize
agressive aggressive
ahmond almond
air heir (air is a misspelling when wanting heir)
airloom heirloom
airator aerator
airial aerial
ajative adjective
ajustment adjustment
ake ache
alcemy alchemy
alegance allegiance
aleged alleged
algee algae
aline align
alledge allege
allegence allegiance
allowence allowance
allready already
allright all right
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amatuer amateur
amatur amateur
ambadexterous ambidextrous
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ameba amoeba
ampatheater amphitheater
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analyist analyst
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ancestoral ancestral
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aneeling annealing
angshus anxious
angziety anxiety
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annaversery anniversary
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annoyence annoyance
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anomoly anomaly
anoyed annoyed
anphibian amphibian
ansamble ensemble
ansester ancestor
antecedant antecedent
anticdote anecdote
antripanewer entrepreneur
anull annul
anurism aneurysm
anwee ennui
aparantly apparently
aparatus apparatus
apartide apartheid
appature aperture
apauled appalled
apihelion aphelion
aplikay appliqu
apollstree upholstery
apologise apologize
apologised apologized
apostrafy apostrophe
appart apart
appathetic apathetic
appology apology
apresheation appreciation
aqueus aqueous
aquiess acquiesce
aquit acquit
aracnid arachnid
archeology archaeology
ardvark aardvark
areal aerial
arguement argument
arithmatic arithmetic
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armistis armistice
armorment armament
aroara aurora
arro arrow
arsnic arsenic
artic arctic
aspestus asbestos
assemalate assimilate
assfalt asphalt
assimtote asymptote
assma asthma
assymetric asymmetric
astrix asterisk
astroid asteroid
asumtotic asymptotic
ate eight
aterny attorney
austair austere
austeer austere
autotorium auditorium
autum autumn
auxilary auxiliary
auxillary auxiliary
avacado avocado
azma asthma
azmith azimuth
bachler bachelor
backaloriette baccalaureate
badmitten badminton
balaster baluster
balona bologna
balony baloney
bangquit banquet
bankrupcy bankruptcy
bannet bayonet
baray beret
bargin bargain
baroke baroque
batchleur bachelor
bayge beige
bayliwick bailiwick
bazare bazaar
bazare bizarre
bazerk berserk
beastiary bestiary
beauquet bouquet
beauracratic bureaucratic
becuz because
behavoral behavioral
behaviour behavior
behavour behavior
beleave believe
belye belie
benifit benefit
benine benign
bilt built
biscut biscuit
bivouacing bivouacking
bivwack bivouac
biyou bayou
bizness business
blosum blossom
boganveelia bougainvillea
boodist Buddhist
booe buoy
boofay buffet
boorjwazee bourgeoisie
booteek boutique
boquet bouquet
borgwasy bourgeoisie
boundry boundary
bouy buoy
boyant buoyant
boycot boycott
breef brief
brocher brochure
brocolee broccoli
broge brogue
brooz bruise
bruse bruise
brusk brusque
bullevard boulevard
bullyan bouillon
burbon bourbon
burjun burgeon
buro bureau
burzwah bourgeois
busness business
butiful beautiful
byast biased
bycicle bicycle
cabnet cabinet
cachup catchup
cacoon cocoon
caese cease
caf calf
cafay cafe
cafine caffeine
caldesack cul-de-sac
calfes calves
calfs calves
calliflower cauliflower
callis callus
camelion chameleon
camoflage camouflage
campain campaign
canabel cannibal
canabelyze cannibalize
canew canoe
canidate candidate
cannabile cannibal
cantalope cantaloupe
canye canaille
capter captor
captian captain
captin captain
caraboo caribou
caraf carafe
carcus carcass
carnavor carnivore
carosel carousel
carrage carriage
carrear career
cartledge cartilage
casarole casserole
cassim chasm
cataclism cataclysm
catagory category
catapiller caterpillar
catastrofy catastrophe
catchip ketchup
cavren cavern
ceaser caesar
cellabration celebration
celler cellar
cemetary cemetery
centenal sentinel
cercomstance circumstance
champain champagne
chandeleer chandelier
charizma charisma
chartroose chartreuse
chassy chassis
chawk chalk
cheatta cheetah
cheeta cheetah
chello cello
chimmeny chimney
chisle chisel
chizzel chisel
chocolot chocolate
ciotee coyote
circit circuit
ciriculum curriculum
clairvoiant clairvoyant
claravoyant clairvoyant
clearstory clerestory
cleeshay clich
cloisonay cloisonn
coaless coalesce
coalessense coalescence
coersion coercion
cogniscent cognizant
cohabitating cohabiting
cokes coax
colaboration collaboration
coleeg colleague
colera cholera
colleage colleague
collegate collegiate
collone cologne
colum column
come comb
comerant cormorant
comission commission
commision commission
committment commitment
communikay communiqu
compeat compete
competative competitive
complextion complexion
concatinate concatenate
conceet conceit
concensus consensus
conceous conscious
conchance conscience
conchus conscious
concider consider
concur conquer
condem condemn
conosuer connoisseur
conotation connotation
conseat conceit
consevible conceivable
consistant consistent
contagen contagion
continuem continuum
contracter contractor
contry country
convense convince
conyak cognac
coo coup
cooger cougar
cookoo cuckoo
coolot culottes
coordanate coordinate
corale chorale
cordoroy corduroy
coregated corrugated
correllate correlate
correograph choreograph
corse course
corus chorus
counterfit counterfeit
councel council
counciler councilor
counsil counsel
cramugin curmudgeon
cratashous cretaceous
creasoat creosote
creater creator
cresent crescent
cresh creche
crewsant croissant
criteak critique
critisize criticize
croshet crochet
croch crotch
crockadile crocodile
cronological chronological
crowkay croquet
crowshay crochet
crucifiction crucifixion
cruze cruise
cubburd cupboard
cummulative cumulative
cumpus compass
cuple couple
curage courage
curiocity curiosity
curios curious
curiousity curiosity
curnel colonel
curtesy courtesy
curteus courteous
curvasious curvaceous
cushin cushion
cusine cuisine
dabree debris
dabue debut
dackery daiquiri
dalmation dalmatian
dam damn
daspora diaspora
daybue debut
deciple disciple
decission decision
deductable deductible
deepo depot
deezil diesel
defineable definable
defishant deficient
delimeter delimiter
delimma dilemma
demolishon demolition
dependancy dependency
dependant dependent
derageable dirigible
deriair derriere
derth dearth
descize disguise
desided decided
desireable desirable
desision decision
deskys disguise
desolve dissolve
dessication desiccation
deterant deterrent
determin determine
detur detour
deturance deterrence
develope develop
developement development
devestating devastating
dezert dessert
diagnol diagonal
diaspra diaspora
dialate dilate
diarea diarrhea
dicipline discipline
dicision decision
dicotomy dichotomy
dieing dying
diferent different
diferant different
dimand diamond
dioreha diarrhea
diptheria diphtheria
dipthong diphthong
disapait dissipate
disapline discipline
disapointed disappointed
discimenation dissemination
discription description
discusting disgusting
disection dissection
disertation dissertation
disfunctional dysfunctional
divet divot
dockson dachshund
docsund dachshund
doctorial doctoral
donejun dungeon
doorjam doorjamb
dorment dormant
doublely doubly
dout doubt
droping dropping
drowt drought
duble double
dum dumb
eary eerie
eazy easy
eczecutive executive
edeycat etiquette
editting editing
eeger eager
eejus aegis
elagant elegant
elamentry elementary
electorial electoral
embalance imbalance
embaress embarrass
embarrasing embarrassing
embeded embedded
emense immense
empass impasse
empressed impressed
encompus encompass
endever endeavor
endur endure
enormass enormous
entent intent
enterance entrance
enthuseastic enthusiastic
entrapeneur entrepreneur
enuf enough
enviroment environment
envoke invoke
epitamy epitome
equivalant equivalent
esthetic aesthetic
estuwarry estuary
etamology etymology
evesdrop eavesdrop
exagerate exaggerate
examin examine
excelent excellent
excell excel
excitment excitement
exhilerate exhilarate
exhorbitent exorbitant
exilerate exhilarate
existance existence
expatriot expatriate
explination explanation
exstacy ecstasy
exstream extreme
extatic ecstatic
extention extension
extrodinary extraordinary
exurpt excerpt
ezdrop eavesdrop
fairoh pharaoh
falt fault
fane feign
farmasudical pharmaceutical
farse farce
faseeshus facetious
fasen fasten
fasend fastened
fashon fashion
fasodd facade
fassinate fascinate
fatig fatigue
faymus famous
feasability feasibility
feasable feasible
febuary february
feonsay fiance
fertil fertile
fewd feud
fewg fugue
fewsha fuchsia
fezent pheasant
ficks fix
fillay fillet
fillement filament
filo phyllo
finess finesse
finness finesse
firey fiery
fizeek physique
flem phlegm
flexable flexible
floatation flotation
floresent fluorescent
floride fluoride
flud flood
focusses focuses
fonetic phonetic
forbatum verbatim
forceably forcibly
forfit forfeit
forhead forehead
forin foreign
forman foreman
fourty forty
frew-frew frou-frou
fullfill fulfill
funrel funeral
fusha fuchsia
futal futile
gage gauge
gagit gadget
gard guard
garentee guarantee
garilla guerrilla
gastly ghastly
gayity gaiety
gaysha geisha
geeotine guillotine
geneology genealogy
generaly generally
genuin genuine
geraf giraffe
gerilla guerrilla
gess guess
getoe ghetto
gilotine guillotine
gilty guilty
ginee guinea
gingam gingham
giser geyser
gitar guitar
glyserin glycerin
gool ghoul
gord gourd
gormay gourmet
gost ghost
gotee goatee
goverment government
govoner governor
grainery granary
grammer grammar
grandize aggrandize
grandeeos grandiose
granjure grandeur
greatful grateful
groosome gruesome
groosum gruesome
groshury grocery
groth growth
growtesk grotesque
guage gauge
gubnatorial gubernatorial
guyzer geyser
gwava guava
gymnist gymnast
hagas haggis
hallaluja hallelujah
hallaluya hallelujah
hankerchif handkerchief
hansome handsome
harrass harass
harth hearth
hauty haughty
haynus heinous
hefer heifer
hemorage hemorrhage
henderence hindrance
hevy heavy
hieght height
hiena hyena
hietus hiatus
him hymn
hirearcy hierarchy
hist heist
histry history
hoeks hoax
hollowcost holocaust
homogenity homogeneity
hootsba chutzpah
horrable horrible
huricane hurricane
huristic heuristic
hurse hearse
hussel hustle
hydrolics hydraulics
hygene hygiene
hygenic hygienic
hyperboly hyperbole
icesickle icicle
ideosincracy idiosyncrasy
iland island
ileagle illegal
ilegle illegal
illigitament illegitimate
illistrate illustrate
imbaress embarrass
imbrase embrace
imediately immediately
imfamus infamous
imigrate immigrate
immediatly immediately
immenantly eminently
impeed impede
impune impugn
inbankment embankment
inbrase embrace
inconsistant inconsistent
indescriminent indiscriminate
indever endeavor
indite indict (the first is also a ligit word)
individule individual
indure endure
inferrable inferable
infintesimal infinitesimal
inflamation inflammation
inheratance inheritance
innoculate inoculate
innosense innocence
insepsion inception
instanciation instantiation
instanseation instantiation
insturment instrument
insue ensue
inteligable intelligible
inteligance intelligence
intercollegate intercollegiate
interfear interfere
interferance interference
interrum interim
interupt interrupt
inticement enticement
intreeg intrigue
intrest interest
intuative intuitive
inturpratasion interpretation
inturprett interpret
invokation invocation
isle aisle
ismas isthmus
jagid jagged
jagwar jaguar
jalusey jalousie
jelous jealous
jelusey jealousy
jepordize jeopardize
jewl jewel
jodpers jodhpurs
jossle jostle
journy journey
judgement judgment
jurnal journal
jurny journey
kackie khaki
kalidescope kaleidoscope
karisma charisma
keesh quiche
keyosk kiosk
kibutz kibbutz
kidknap kidnap
kighbosh kibosh
kimerra chimera
kindergarden kindergarten
kiyack kayak
knockous noxious
knowlegable knowledgeable
knowlege knowledge
kookoo cuckoo
koolot culottes
kresh crche
kronicle chronicle
kwuzine cuisine
kyebosh kibosh
lable label
labratory laboratory
labrynth labyrinth
lackrimose lachrymose
lacker lacquer
laf laugh
lama llama
lambast lambaste
langerie lingerie
langerray lingerie
larvay larvae
larvy larvae
lasonya lasagna
layed laid
leaneant lenient
leasure leisure
leeg league
leegun legion
leesure leisure
legionair legionnaire
lemosine limousine
lepard leopard
lepracan leprechaun
leprachan leprechaun
leutenant lieutenant
lew lieu
lewchemia leukemia
lewow luau
lewtenant lieutenant
liason liaison
licker liquor
lightening lightning
ligitamassy legitimacy
ligitamate legitimate
likeable likable
likelyhood likelihood
limosine limousine
lite light
liturature literature
loath loathe
lood lewd
lozonya lasagna
lugage luggage
lushis luscious
macack macaque
macason moccasin
machettie machete
mailstrum maelstrom
maintenence maintenance
maline malign
malless malice
mamento memento
mamuth mammoth
manaise mayonnaise
manaze mayonnaise
manetain maintain
manikin mannequin
mantain maintain
manuver maneuver
markey marquee
marrage marriage
marshall marshal
marshmellow marshmallow
marter martyr
masakist masochist
mashetty machete
masia messiah
masicer massacre
maskeraid masquerade
massectomy mastectomy
massewer masseur
massoose masseuse
matinay matinee
mawsoleum mausoleum
mayonase mayonnaise
meerly merely
merecat meerkat
mecanical mechanical
meddo meadow
medifor metaphor
medioker mediocre
medow meadow
melineum millennium
memmick mimic
memwars memoirs
mension mention
menus menace
merang meringue
meskeeto mosquito
mesoneen mezzanine
mesure measure
metalic metallic
mezmorize mesmerize
midevil medieval
milicous malicious
milyew milieu
miniscule minuscule
miniture miniature
mischevus mischievous
mischieveous mischievous
miselaneous miscellaneous
mispell misspell
mispelled misspelled
misquito mosquito
missle missile
missletow mistletoe
missunderstood misunderstood
misteek mystique
mistery mystery
mistic mystic
montaj montage
monthes months
morgage mortgage
morg morgue
morter mortar
moteef motif
murr myrrh
mussil muscle
mustash mustache
mystrow maestro
narled gnarled
nastershum nasturtium
nawseous nauseous
nawshus nauseous
naybor neighbor
neccessary necessary
necessarally necessarily
neether neither
neral neural
nerative narrative
nervana nirvana
nestolgia nostalgia
neumonic mnemonic
newance nuance
newmatic pneumatic
newmonia pneumonia
newsans nuisance
niether neither
nieve naive
nieveatay naivete
nife knife
nimph nymph
ninty ninety
nitch niche
nite night
nome gnome
noteable notable
noticable noticeable
notoreous notorious
nurishment nourishment
nusance nuisance
nutral neutral
nutrieous nutritious
oaker ocher
obation ovation
obay obey
obleek oblique
oblisk obelisk
ocapella a cappella
occassion occasion
occation occasion
occured occurred
occurrance occurrence
occurence occurrence
occuring occurring
ocilate oscillate
octive octave
odasee odyssey
ofen often
offically officially
offisianado aficionado
oger ogre
omage homage
omaj homage
omlet omelet
omnishints omniscience
onomonopea onomatopoeia
opayk opaque
opinyon opinion
oportunity opportunity
orangatang orangutan
orcestrate orchestrate
orderves hors d'oeuvre
oregeno oregano
oricle oracle
orkid orchid
oscilliscope oscilloscope
ostridge ostrich
osterage ostrich
overwelm overwhelm
oxzillary auxiliary
pagent pageant
paradime paradigm
paradym paradigm
parafanalia paraphernalia
paralell parallel
parallell parallel
parameter perimeter
parana piranha
paranoya paranoia
paraphanalia paraphernalia
parfay parfait
paria pariah
parkay parquet
parlament parliament
parralell parallel
parrallell parallel
parshally partially
paschurize pasteurize
pastery pastry
peanuckle pinochle
pease peace
pedistal pedestal
peedmont piedmont
peepel people
peerowet pirouette
penatentury penitentiary
pennensula peninsula
pengwen penguin
penwar peignoir
perfurd preferred
perliferate proliferate
perogative prerogative
perseed precede
perserve preserve
persew pursue
persistance persistence
persistant persistent
personel personnel
perticipate participate
pertinate pertinent
perview purview
pewder pewter
pharmasist pharmacist
pharmasudical pharmaceutical
pharoh pharaoh
philisophical philosophical
phlem phlegm
physision physician
physisist physicist
picknick picnic
pickyune picayune
picnicing picnicking
picturesk picturesque
pijun pigeon
pilgramidge pilgrimage
pilgramig pilgrimage
pilon pylon
pirric Pyrrhic
plack plaque
plad plaid
plagerism plagiarism
plattoe plateau
playge plague
playgerise plagiarize
playright playwright
playwrite playwright
plyotropy pleiotropy
pneumonic mnemonic
pocession possession
pointseta poinsettia
poinyent poignant
politicing politicking
pollenate pollinate
polltry poultry
poltry poultry
pompay pompeii
poperee potpourri
poriferal peripheral
porsalin porcelain
portrail portrayal
posistion position
pospone postpone
postion position
postuminus posthumous
postumus posthumous
practicianer practitioner
prayry prairie
preceed precede
precurser precursor
preficiency proficiency
preficient proficient
preform perform
prehaps perhaps
prejudgudice prejudice
preperation preparation
presense presence
preshus precious
prestigous prestigious
primative primitive
primevil primeval
priviledge privilege
privlege privilege
procede proceed
prohibative prohibitive
prolicks prolix
promatory promontory
pronounciation pronunciation
propriatery proprietary
proprieter proprietor
proteen protein
protocall protocol
psydonym pseudonym
publically publicly
pumkin pumpkin
pundent pundit
purtain pertain
quadraped quadruped
quadroople quadruple
quafeur coiffure
quanity quantity
que queue
questionaire questionnaire
questionare questionnaire
quire choir
quizs quizzes
quoshant quotient
qwesant croissant
rabit rabbit
racoon raccoon
radeus radius
randayvoo rendezvous
rapell rappel (move down a clif on a rope)
rapsady rhapsody
rasberry raspberry
reccommend recommend
receet receipt
receptical receptacle
recieve receive
reconasence reconnaissance
recroot recruit
recund reckoned
recurrance recurrence
rediculous ridiculous
reduceable reducible
refered referred
reguardless regardless
rehersal rehearsal
reknown renown
relavant relevant
releaf relief
relevence relevance
relevent relevant
religeon religion
relm realm
remane remain
remeniss reminisce
reminisent reminiscent
renig renege
renisance renaissance
renoun renown
repatwar repertoire
repell repel
repertwar repertoire
repetoire repertoire
replentish replenish
repore rapport
repost riposte
requeum requiem
resivwar reservoir
responsiblity responsibility
resposible responsible
ressapee recipe
restraunt restaurant
rether rather
retinew retinue
retoric rhetoric
retorical rhetorical
rhinosarus rhinoceros
rickoshay ricochet
riendeer reindeer
rige ridge
rimaniss reminisce
riminicent reminiscent
rinosarus rhinoceros
rithm rhythm
rittled riddled
rondayvoo rendezvous
rubarb rhubarb
rudimentry rudimentary
rumatic rheumatic
sabotour saboteur
sacarin saccharin
sacreligious sacrilegious
sacrilegeous sacrilegious
sacrin saccharin
safty safety
sammon salmon
samori samurai
samwich sandwich
sanaty sanity
sanwich sandwich
saphire sapphire
sargent sergeant
sattellite satellite
savere severe
savve salve
savy savvy
sawtay saute
scafolding scaffolding
scenaireo scenario
scence sense
seege siege
seez seize
seezure seizure
segway segue
seige siege
seina sienna
senaireo scenario
senarreo scenario
sensable sensible
sentenal sentinel
seperate separate
seplicural sepulchral
seramony ceremony
serrebral cerebral
sereous serious
sergun surgeon
sevaral several
sewdonim pseudonym
shandeleer chandelier
shaneal chenille
sharloton charlatan
sharraids charades
shatow chateaux
shepard shepherd
shicane chicane
sholder shoulder
showfer chauffeur
showvinism chauvinism
sycology psychology
sicinctly succinctly
siduction seduction
sighrynge syringe
sighth scythe
siguret cigarette
silabus syllabus
sillybus syllabus
silowet silhouette
simetric symmetric
simptum symptom
sinagog synagogue
singlely singly
sinnic cynic
sirvaylence surveillance
sist cyst
sive sieve
sizemology seismology
sizors scissors
skitsofrinic schizophrenic
skool school
skurge scourge
slewth sleuth
slite sleight
slooth sleuth
sodder solder
sofmore sophomore
sofmore sophomore
solatare solitaire
soldger soldier
solger soldier
solum solemn
sooaside suicide
soodonim pseudonym
sooit suet
soop soup
sord sword
sould should
sourbraten sauerbraten
sovren sovereign
spacial spatial
spageti spaghetti
spagnum sphagnum
specktor specter
speshal special
spicific specific
sporatic sporadic
squirel squirrel
squirl squirrel
stalagtite stalactite
stawk stalk
staulk stalk
stocastic stochastic
stran strand
stummac stomach
subconchus subconscious
subtrafuge subterfuge
sucess success
sucessful successful
sucessfully successfully
sucome succumb
sucsede succeed
suffisticated sophisticated
summersalt somersault
supeena subpoena
supercede supersede
superceed supersede
superfulous superfluous
superseeded superseded
suppliment supplement
supress suppress
surbert sherbet
suseptable susceptible
susinctly succinctly
susinkt succinct
suspision suspicion
sussinct succinct
suttle subtle
suvenear souvenir
sylibol syllable
synonomous synonymous
sysmograph seismograph
tabblow tableau
tabbaray taboret
tarmigan ptarmigan
tarpolin tarpaulin
tawk talk
techneek technique
technition technician
tedeous tedious
temperary temporary
tempurture temperature
temtation temptation
tendancy tendency
teridactyl pterodactyl
terific terrific
ternament tournament
terrable terrible
theef thief
theery theory
therapudic therapeutic
therby thereby
therem theorem
theves thieves
thier their
thirtyth thirtieth
thisle thistle
thougth thought
threshhold threshold
thur their
thurough thorough
tieth tithe
tocksen toxin
tomatoe tomato
tommorow tomorrow
toom tomb
tork torque
tortilini tortellini
tortise tortoise
toxen toxin
tradgic tragic
tragectory trajectory
trama trauma
transistion transition
transmision transmission
transsend transcend
tressle trestle
tresure treasure
trew true
triathalon triathlon
trignametric trigonometric
tringket trinket
triptick triptych
triptish triptych
triscadecaphobia triskaidekaphobia
troglodite troglodyte
trolly trolley
trooso trousseau
trubador troubadour
truely truly
truging trudging
trys tries
tucan toucan
tung tongue
turain terrain
turkoise turquoise
twelth twelfth
unannomus unanimous
unduely unduly
unick eunuch
unix eunuchs
unlabled unlabeled
usefull useful
usibility usability
uv of
vacination vaccination
vacume vacuum
vallay valet
varient variant
varification verification
vawdville vaudeville
veamant vehement
vegitarion vegetarian
veicle vehicle
vengence vengeance
ventillate ventilate
venyet vignette
veragated variegated
verbage verbiage
verbatum verbatim
verchew virtue
veriasion variation
vermen vermin
vermillion vermilion
vermuth vermouth
versital versatile
versitle versatile
vetinarian veterinarian
victum victim
vigilanty vigilante
vinal vinyl
vinigar vinegar
vinigarette vinaigrette
vinyet vignette
viseral visceral
visheate vitiate
vishus vicious
visualisation visualization
volentier volunteer
voyouristic voyeuristic
vunerable vulnerable
weerd weird
weev weave
welp whelp
wensday wednesday
weppon weapon
wesal weasel
whereever wherever
wholely wholly
wierd weird
wildebeast wildebeest
wimmen women
wisper whisper
wissle whistle
withdrawl withdrawal
wonderous wondrous
wonce once
woud would
wressel wrestle
writeable writable
wryth writhe
yamaka yarmulke
yello yellow
yoman yeoman
yot yacht
youforic euphoric
youlogy eulogy
youthinasia euthanasia
yuforic euphoric
zar czar
zefer zephyr
zellot zealot
zink zinc
zookeenee zucchini
zylophone xylophone

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1. abject
of the most contemptible kind

2. aberration
a state or condition markedly different from the norm

3. abjure
formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief

4. abnegation
the denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief

5. abrogate
revoke formally

6. abscond
run away, often taking something or somebody along

7. abstruse
difficult to penetrate

8. accede
yield to another's wish or opinion

9. accost
speak to someone

10. accretion
an increase by natural growth or addition

11. acumen
shrewdness shown by keen insight

12. adamant
impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason

13. admonish
scold or reprimand; take to task

14. adumbrate
describe roughly or give the main points or summary of

15. adverse
in an opposing direction

16. advocate
a person who pleads for a person, cause, or idea

17. affluent
having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value

18. aggrandize
add details to

19. alacrity
liveliness and eagerness

20. alias
a name that has been assumed temporarily

21. ambivalent
uncertain or unable to decide about what course to follow

22. amenable
disposed or willing to comply

23. amorphous
having no definite form or distinct shape

24. anachronistic
chronologically misplaced

25. anathema
a formal ecclesiastical curse accompanied by excommunication

26. annex
attach to

27. antediluvian
of or relating to the period before the biblical flood

28. antiseptic
thoroughly clean and free of disease-causing organisms

29. apathetic
showing little or no emotion or animation

30. antithesis
exact opposite

31. apocryphal
being of questionable authenticity

32. approbation
official approval

33. arbitrary
based on or subject to individual discretion or preference

34. arboreal
of or relating to or formed by trees

35. arcane
requiring secret or mysterious knowledge

36. archetypal
of an original type after which other things are patterned

37. arrogate
seize and take control without authority

38. ascetic
someone who practices self denial as a spiritual discipline

39. aspersion
a disparaging remark

40. assiduous
marked by care and persistent effort

41. atrophy
a decrease in size of an organ caused by disease or disuse

42. bane
something causing misery or death

43. bashful
self-consciously timid

44. beguile
influence by slyness

45. bereft
sorrowful through loss or deprivation

46. blandishment
flattery intended to persuade

47. bilk
cheat somebody out of what is due, especially money

48. bombastic
ostentatiously lofty in style

49. cajole
influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering

50. callous
emotionally hardened

51. calumny
a false accusation of an offense

52. camaraderie
the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability

53. candor
the quality of being honest and straightforward

54. capitulate
surrender under agreed conditions

55. carouse
engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking

56. carp
any of various freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae

57. caucus
meet to select a candidate or promote a policy

58. cavort
play boisterously

59. circumlocution
an indirect way of expressing something

60. circumscribe
to draw a geometric figure around another figure

61. circumvent
surround so as to force to give up

62. clamor
utter or proclaim insistently and noisily

63. cleave
separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument

64. cobbler
a person who makes or repairs shoes

65. cogent
powerfully persuasive

66. cognizant
having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization

67. commensurate
corresponding in size or degree or extent

68. complement
something added to embellish or make perfect

69. compunction
a feeling of deep regret, usually for some misdeed

70. concomitant
following or accompanying as a consequence

71. conduit
a passage through which water or electric wires can pass

72. conflagration
a very intense and uncontrolled fire

73. congruity
the quality of agreeing; being suitable and appropriate

74. connive
form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner

75. consign
give over to another for care or safekeeping

76. constituent
one of the individual parts making up a composite entity

77. construe
make sense of; assign a meaning to

78. contusion
an injury in which the skin is not broken

79. contrite
feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses

80. contentious
showing an inclination to disagree

81. contravene
go against, as of rules and laws

82. convivial
occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company

83. corpulence
the property of excessive fatness

84. covet
wish, long, or crave for

85. cupidity
extreme greed for material wealth

86. dearth
an insufficient quantity or number

87. debacle
a sudden and violent collapse

88. debauch
a wild gathering involving excessive drinking

89. debunk
expose while ridiculing

90. defunct
no longer in force or use; inactive

91. demagogue
a leader who seeks support by appealing to popular passions

92. denigrate
charge falsely or with malicious intent

93. derivative
a compound obtained from another compound

94. despot
a cruel and oppressive dictator

95. diaphanous
so thin as to transmit light

96. didactic
instructive, especially excessively

97. dirge
a song or hymn of mourning as a memorial to a dead person

98. disaffected
discontented as toward authority

99. discomfit
cause to lose one's composure

100. disparate
fundamentally different or distinct in quality or kind

101. dispel
to cause to separate and go in different directions

102. disrepute
the state of being held in low esteem

103. divisive
dissenting with the majority opinion

104. dogmatic
pertaining to a code of beliefs accepted as authoritative

105. dour
showing a brooding ill humor

106. duplicity
acting in bad faith

107. duress
compulsory force or threat

108. eclectic
selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas

109. edict
a formal or authoritative proclamation

110. ebullient
joyously unrestrained

111. egregious
conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

112. elegy
a mournful poem; a lament for the dead

113. elicit
call forth, as an emotion, feeling, or response

114. embezzlement
the fraudulent appropriation of funds or property

115. emend
make corrections to

116. emollient
a substance with a soothing effect when applied to the skin

117. empirical
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory

118. emulate
strive to equal or match, especially by imitating

119. enervate
weaken mentally or morally

120. enfranchise
grant freedom to, as from slavery or servitude

121. engender
call forth

122. ephemeral
anything short-lived, as an insect that lives only for a day

123. epistolary
written in the form of letters or correspondence

124. equanimity
steadiness of mind under stress

125. equivocal
open to two or more interpretations

126. espouse
choose and follow

127. evanescent
tending to vanish like vapor

128. evince
give expression to

129. exacerbate
make worse

130. exhort
spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts

131. execrable
unequivocally detestable

132. exigent
demanding immediate attention

133. expedient
appropriate to a purpose

134. expiate
make amends for

135. expunge
remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line

136. extraneous
not belonging to that in which it is contained

137. extol
praise, glorify, or honor

138. extant
still in existence; not extinct or destroyed or lost

139. expurgate
edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate

140. fallacious
containing or based on incorrect reasoning

141. fatuous
devoid of intelligence

142. fetter
a shackle for the ankles or feet

143. flagrant
conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

144. foil
hinder or prevent, as an effort, plan, or desire

145. forbearance
good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence

146. fortuitous
occurring by happy chance

147. fractious
easily irritated or annoyed

148. garrulous
full of trivial conversation

149. gourmand
a person who is devoted to eating and drinking to excess

150. grandiloquent
lofty in style

151. gratuitous
unnecessary and unwarranted

152. hapless
deserving or inciting pity

153. hegemony
the dominance or leadership of one social group over others

154. heterogenous
consisting of elements that are not of the same kind

155. iconoclast
someone who attacks cherished ideas or institutions

156. idiosyncratic
peculiar to the individual

157. impecunious
not having enough money to pay for necessities

158. impetuous
characterized by undue haste and lack of thought

159. impinge
infringe upon

160. impute
attribute or credit to

161. inane
devoid of intelligence

162. inchoate
only partly in existence; imperfectly formed

163. incontrovertible
impossible to deny or disprove

164. incumbent
necessary as a duty or responsibility; morally binding

165. inexorable
not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty

166. inimical
not friendly

167. injunction
a judicial remedy to prohibit a party from doing something

168. inoculate
impregnate with the germ of a disease to render immune

169. insidious
working or spreading in a hidden and usually injurious way

170. instigate
provoke or stir up

171. insurgent
in opposition to a civil authority or government

172. interlocutor
a person who takes part in a conversation

173. intimation
a slight suggestion or vague understanding

174. inure
cause to accept or become hardened to

175. invective
abusive language used to express blame or censure

176. intransigent
impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason

177. inveterate
habitual

178. irreverence
a mental attitude showing lack of due respect

179. knell
the sound of a bell rung slowly to announce a death

180. laconic
brief and to the point

181. largesse
liberality in bestowing gifts

182. legerdemain
an illusory feat

183. libertarian
an advocate of freedom of thought and speech

184. licentious
lacking moral discipline

185. linchpin
a central cohesive source of support and stability

186. litigant
(law) a party to a lawsuit; someone involved in litigation

187. maelstrom
a powerful circular current of water

188. maudlin
effusively or insincerely emotional

189. maverick
someone who exhibits independence in thought and action

190. mawkish
effusively or insincerely emotional

191. maxim
a saying that is widely accepted on its own merits

192. mendacious
given to lying

193. modicum
a small or moderate or token amount

194. morass
a soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot

195. mores
the conventions embodying the fundamental values of a group

196. munificent
very generous

197. multifarious
having many aspects

198. nadir
the lowest point of anything

199. negligent
characterized by undue lack of attention or concern

200. neophyte
any new participant in some activity

201. noisome
offensively malodorous

202. noxious
injurious to physical or mental health

203. obdurate
stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing

204. obfuscate
make obscure or unclear

205. obstreperous
noisily and stubbornly defiant

206. officious
intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner

207. onerous
not easily borne; wearing

208. ostensible
appearing as such but not necessarily so

209. ostracism
the act of excluding someone from society by general consent

210. palliate
lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of

211. panacea
hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases

212. paradigm
a standard or typical example

213. pariah
a person who is rejected from society or home

214. partisan
a fervent and even militant proponent of something

215. paucity
an insufficient quantity or number

216. pejorative
expressing disapproval

217. pellucid
transparently clear; easily understandable

218. penchant
a strong liking

219. penurious
excessively unwilling to spend

220. pert
characterized by a lightly exuberant quality

221. pernicious
exceedingly harmful

222. pertinacious
stubbornly unyielding

223. phlegmatic
showing little emotion

224. philanthropic
of or relating to charitable giving

225. pithy
concise and full of meaning

226. platitude
a trite or obvious remark

227. plaudit
enthusiastic approval

228. plenitude
a full supply

229. plethora
extreme excess

230. portent
a sign of something about to happen

231. potentate
a ruler who is unconstrained by law

232. preclude
make impossible, especially beforehand

233. predilection
a predisposition in favor of something

234. preponderance
exceeding in heaviness; having greater weight

235. presage
a foreboding about what is about to happen

236. probity
complete and confirmed integrity

237. proclivity
a natural inclination

238. profligate
unrestrained by convention or morality

239. promulgate
state or announce

240. proscribe
command against

241. protean
taking on different forms

242. prurient
characterized by lust

243. puerile
displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity

244. pugnacious
tough and callous by virtue of experience

245. pulchritude
physical beauty, especially of a woman

246. punctilious
marked by precise accordance with details

247. quaint
attractively old-fashioned

248. quixotic
not sensible about practical matters

249. quandary
state of uncertainty in a choice between unfavorable options

250. recalcitrant
stubbornly resistant to authority or control

251. redoubtable
inspiring fear

252. relegate
assign to a lower position

253. remiss
failing in what duty requires

254. reprieve
postpone the punishment of a convicted criminal

255. reprobate
a person without moral scruples

256. rescind
cancel officially

257. requisition
an authoritative request or demand

258. rife
excessively abundant

259. sanctimonious
excessively or hypocritically pious

260. sanguine
confidently optimistic and cheerful

261. scurrilous
expressing offensive reproach

262. semaphore
an apparatus for visual signaling

263. serendipity
good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries

264. sobriety
the state of being sober and not intoxicated by alcohol

265. solicitous
full of anxiety and concern

266. solipsism
the philosophical theory that the self is all that exists

267. spurious
plausible but false

268. staid
characterized by dignity and propriety

269. stolid
having or revealing little emotion or sensibility

270. subjugate
make subservient; force to submit or subdue

271. surfeit
indulge (one's appetite) to satiety

272. surreptitious
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy

273. swarthy
naturally having skin of a dark color

274. tangential
of superficial relevance if any

275. tome
a large and scholarly book

276. toady
a person who tries to please someone to gain an advantage

277. torpid
in a condition of biological rest or suspended animation

278. travesty
a composition that imitates or misrepresents a style

279. trenchant
having keenness and forcefulness and penetration in thought

280. trite
repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse

281. truculent
defiantly aggressive

282. turpitude
a corrupt or depraved or degenerate act or practice

283. ubiquitous
being present everywhere at once

284. umbrage
a feeling of anger caused by being offended

285. upbraid
express criticism towards

286. utilitarian
having a useful function

287. veracity
unwillingness to tell lies

288. vestige
an indication that something has been present

289. vicissitude
a variation in circumstances or fortune

290. vilify
spread negative information about

291. virtuoso
someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field

292. vitriolic
harsh, bitter, or malicious in tone

293. vituperate
spread negative information about

294. vociferous
conspicuously and offensively loud

295. wanton
lewd or lascivious woman

296. winsome
charming in a childlike or naive way

297. yoke
join with stable gear, as two draft animals

298. zephyr
a slight wind

299. wily
marked by skill in deception

300. tirade
a speech of violent denunciation

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