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This is a list of common misspellings.

Listed beside the incorrect spelling is the correct one. Note that indented words may still be actual words, but commonly used as a misspelling for another word. This text is taken (and modified by Jellochuu) from the Wikipedian version of this page, which is available at this URL and is released under the terms of the GFDL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:List_of_common_misspellings

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Contents: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

  • aberation (aberration)
  • abondon (abandon)
  • abondoned (abandoned)
  • abondons (abandons)
  • abondoning (abandoning)
  • abortificant (abortifacient)
  • abundancies (abundances)
  • abutts (abuts)
  • absense (absence)
  • absorbsion (absorption)
  • absorbtion (absorption)
  • acadamy (academy)
  • accension (accession or ascension)
  • acceptible (acceptable)
  • accessable (accessible)
accidently (accidentally; accidently valid according to dictionary.com)
  • accomadate (accommodate)
  • accomadated (accommodated)
  • accomadates (accommodates)
  • accomadation (accommodation)
  • accomadations (accommodations)
  • accomadating (accommodating)
  • accomodate (accommodate)
  • accomodated (accommodated)
  • accomodates (accommodates)
  • accomodating (accommodating)
  • accomodation (accommodation)
  • accomodations (accommodations)
  • accompanyed (accompanied)
  • acclimitization (acclimatization)
  • accross (across)
  • accussed (accused)
  • acheive (achieve)
  • acheived (achieved)
  • acheivement (achievement)
  • acheivements (achievements)
  • acheives (achieves)
  • acheiving (achieving)
  • acheivment (achievement)
  • acheivments (achievements)
  • achievment (achievement)
  • achievments (achievements)
  • achive (achieve, archive)
  • achived (achieved, archived)
  • ackward (awkward, backward)
  • acomplish (accomplish)
  • acomplished (accomplished)
  • acomplishment (accomplishment)
  • acomplishments (accomplishments)
  • acording (according)
  • acordingly (accordingly)
  • acquaintence (acquaintance)
  • acquaintences (acquaintances)
  • acquiantence (acquaintance)
  • acquiantences (acquaintances)
  • acquited (acquitted)
  • actualy (actually)
  • acuracy (accuracy)
  • acustom (accustom)
  • acustommed (accustomed)
adaption (adaptation) -- listed as variant spelling
adaptions (adaptations) -- listed as variant spelling
  • additinally (additionally)
  • addmission (admission)
  • addopt (adopt)
  • addopted (adopted)
  • addoptive (adoptive)
  • adecuate (adequate)
  • adhearing (adhering)
  • admendment (amendment)
  • adminstrate (administrate)
  • adminstration (administration)
  • adminstrative (administrative)
  • adminstrator (administrator)
  • admissable (admissible)
  • admissability (admissibility)
  • adolecent (adolescent)
  • adquire (acquire)
  • adquired (acquired)
  • adquires (acquires)
  • adquiring (acquiring)
  • adres (address)
  • adress (address)
  • adressable (addressable)
  • adresable (addressable)
  • addres (address, adders)
  • addresable (addressable)
  • addresing (addressing)
  • adresing (addressing)
  • adressing (addressing, dressing)
  • advertisment (advertisement)
  • advertisments (advertisements)
  • adviced (advised)
  • aeriel (aerial)
  • aeriels (aerials)
  • afficionado (aficionado)
  • afficionados (aficionados)
  • affort (afford, effort)
  • aggreement (agreement)
  • agian (again)
  • agina ("again" or "angina" or "vagina")
  • agravate (aggravate)
agre (agree) (except Peter Agre)
  • agred (agreed)
  • agreing (agreeing)
  • agregate (aggregate)
  • agregates (aggregates)
  • agression (aggression)
  • agressive (aggressive)
  • agressively (aggressively)
agriculturalist (agriculturist--dictionary.com and m-w.com have both)
agriculturalists (agriculturists--dictionary.com and m-w.com have both)
  • agrieved (aggrieved)
  • ahev (have)
  • ahppen (happen)
  • ahve (have)
  • airbourne (airborne)
  • airporta (airports)
  • albiet (albeit)
  • alchohol (alcohol)
  • alchoholic (alcoholic)
  • alchol (alcohol)
  • alcholic (alcoholic)
  • alcoholical (alcoholic)
  • aledge (allege)
  • aledged (alleged)
  • aledges (alleges)
  • alegience (allegiance)
  • alege (allege)
  • aleged (alleged)
  • alegience (allegiance)
algebraical (algebraic; dictionary.com lists both)
  • algoritm (algorithm)
  • algoritms (algorithms)
  • alledge (allege)
  • alledged (alleged)
  • alledges (alleges)
  • allegience (allegiance)
  • alliviate (alleviate)
  • allopone (allophone)
  • allopones (allophones)
  • almsot (almost)
  • alomst (almost)
  • alot (a lot, allot)
  • alotted (allotted)
  • alreayd (already)
  • alsot (also)
  • altho (although)
  • althought (although)
  • altough (although)
  • alusion (allusion, illusion)
  • alwasy (always)
  • alwyas (always)
  • amatuer (amateur)
  • amature (armature, amateur)
  • amendmant (amendment)
  • amke (make)
  • amking (making)
  • ammend (amend)
  • ammendment (amendment)
  • amoung (among)
  • analagous (analogous)
  • analogeous (analogous)
  • analitic (analytic)
  • anbd (and)
  • androgeny (androgyny)
  • anihilation (annihilation)
  • annoint (anoint)
  • annointed (anointed)
  • annointing (anointing)
  • annoints (anoints)
  • annuled (annulled)
  • anomolies (anomalies)
  • anomolous (anomalous)
  • anomoly (anomaly)
  • anonimity (anonymity)
  • anounced (announced)
  • ansalisation (nasalisation)
  • ansalization (nasalization)
  • anthromorphization (anthropomorphization)
  • anual (annual or anal, except "Anual" is a proper noun)
  • anyhwere (anywhere)
  • anytying (anything)
  • Apenines (Apennines)
  • aparent (apparent)
  • aplication (application)
  • apolegetics (apologetics)
  • apon (upon, apron)
  • apparant (apparent)
  • appart (apart)
  • appartment (apartment)
  • appartments (apartments)
  • appealling ("appealing" or "appalling")
  • appearence (appearance)
  • appearences (appearances)
  • Appenines (Apennines)
  • apperance (appearance)
  • apperances (appearances)
  • appologies (apologies)
  • appology (apology)
  • apprieciate (appreciate)
  • approachs (approaches)
  • appropiate (appropriate)
  • approximitely (approximately)
  • aproximately (approximately)
  • aquaintance (acquaintance)
  • aquainted (acquainted)
  • aquiantance (acquaintance)
  • aquire (acquire)
  • aquired (acquired)
  • aquiring (acquiring)
  • aquisition (acquisition)
  • aquitted (acquitted)
  • arangement (arrangement)
  • arbitary (arbitrary)
  • arbitarily (arbitrarily)
  • archaoelogy (archeology, archaeology)
  • archaology (archeology, archaeology)
  • archeaologist (archeologist, archaeologist)
  • archeaologists (archeologists, archaeologists)
  • archetect (architect)
  • archetects (architects)
  • archetecture (architecture)
  • archetectural (architectural)
  • archetecturally (architecturally)
  • Archimedian (Archimedean)
  • archtype (archetype)
  • archtypes (archetypes)
  • artical (article)
  • articel (article)
  • artifical (artificial)
  • artifically (artificially)
  • artillary (artillery)
  • asetic (ascetic)
  • aslo (also)
  • asociated (associated)
  • asorbed (absorbed)
  • assasin (assassin)
  • assasinate (assassinate)
  • assasinated (assassinated)
  • assasinates (assassinates)
  • assasination (assassination)
  • assasinations (assassinations)
  • assasins (assassins)
  • assemple (assemble)
  • assitant (assistant)
  • assocation (association)
  • assymetric (asymmetric)
  • asteriod (asteroid)
  • asthetic (aesthetic)
  • asthetical (aesthetical)
  • asthetically (aesthetically)
  • atheistical (atheistic)
  • Athenean (Athenian)
  • Atheneans (Athenians)
  • atribute (attribute)
  • atributed (attributed)
  • atributes (attributes)
  • attaindre (attainder, attained)
  • attemt (attempt)
  • attemted (attempted)
  • attemting (attempting)
  • attemts (attempts)
  • attendence (attendance)
  • attendent (attendant)
  • attendents (attendants)
  • attitide (attitude)
  • audeince (audience)
  • authobiographic (autobiographic)
  • authobiography (autobiography)
  • authorative (authoritative)
  • authoritive (authoritative)
  • autochtonous (autochthonous)
  • autoctonous (autochthonous)
  • autor (author - but Autor in German)
  • auxilliary (auxiliary)
  • availiable (available)
  • avalable (available)
  • avaliable (available)
  • avation (aviation)
  • averageed (averaged)
  • awya (away)

B

  • bakc (back)
  • bandwith (bandwidth)
  • bankrupcy (bankruptcy)
  • baout ("about" or "bout")
  • basicly (basically)
  • basicaly (basically)
  • bcak (back)
  • beacuse (because)
  • beastiality (bestiality)
  • beatiful (beautiful)
  • beaurocracy (bureaucracy)
  • beautyfull (beautiful)
  • becasue (because)
  • becamae (became)
  • becomming (becoming)
  • becouse (because)
  • becuase (because)
  • befoer (before)
  • beggin (begin, begging)
  • begginer (beginner)
  • begginers (beginners)
  • beggining (beginning)
  • begginings (beginnings)
  • begining (beginning)
  • beginnig (beginning)
  • behavour (behavior, behaviour)
  • beleagured (beleaguered)
  • beleif (belief)
  • beleive (believe)
  • beleived (believed)
  • beleives (believes)
  • beleiving (believing)
  • belives (believes, beliefs)
  • beneficary (beneficiary)
  • benificial (beneficial)
  • benifit (benefit)
  • benifits (benefits)
  • bergamont (bergamot)
  • Bernouilli (Bernoulli)
  • beseige (besiege)
  • beseiged (besieged)
  • beseiging (besieging)
  • bilateraly (bilaterally)
  • binominal (binomial)
  • blaim (blame)
  • blaimed (blamed)
  • blessure (blessing - unless it's an injury)
  • Blitzkreig (Blitzkrieg)
  • boaut ("bout" or "boat" or "about")
  • bondary (boundary)
  • Bonnano (Bonanno)
  • boundry (boundary)
  • bouyancy (buoyancy)
  • bouyant (buoyant)
  • boyant (buoyant)
  • Brasillian (Brazilian)
  • breakthough (breakthrough)
  • briliant (brilliant)
  • brillant (brilliant)
  • Britian (Britain)
  • Brittish (British)
  • broady (broadly)
  • buisness (business)
  • buring ("burying" or "burning" or "burin" or "during")
  • busineses (business, businesses)
  • busness (business)

C

  • calander (calendar or calender or colander)
  • calender (calendar, NB calender itself is a machine)
  • caligraphy (calligraphy)
  • caluclate (calculate)
  • caluclated (calculated)
  • caluculate (calculate)
  • caluculated (calculated)
  • calulate (calculate)
  • calulated (calculated)
  • Cambrige (Cambridge)
  • campain (campaign)
  • campains (campaigns)
  • candadate (candidate)
  • cannister (canister)
  • cannisters (canisters)
  • cannonical (canonical)
  • cannotation (connotation)
  • cannotations (connotations)
  • cant (cant or can't)
  • caost (coast)
  • caperbility (capability)
  • Capetown (Cape Town)
  • carachter (character)
carcas (carcass, Caracas)
  • careing (caring)
  • carismatic (charismatic)
  • Carmalite (Carmelite)
  • carniverous (carnivorous)
  • Carribbean (Caribbean)
  • Carribean (Caribbean)
  • Carthagian (Carthaginian)
  • carthographer (cartographer)
  • cartilege (cartilage)
  • cartilidge (cartilage)
  • cartrige (cartridge)
  • casion (caisson)
  • casette (cassette)
  • cassawory (cassowary)
  • cassowarry (cassowary)
  • casulaties (casualties)
  • casulaty (casualty)
  • catagories (categories)
  • catagory (category)
  • Cataline (Catiline or Catalina)
  • cathlic (catholic)
  • catterpilar (caterpillar)
  • catterpilars (caterpillars)
  • causalities (casualties; causalities is also a word)
  • Ceasar (Caesar)
  • Celcius (Celsius)
  • cemetarey (cemetery)
  • cemetaries (cemeteries)
  • cemetary (cemetery)
  • cencus (census)
  • censur (censor, censure)
  • centruies (centuries)
  • centruy (century)
  • ceratin (certain, keratin)
  • cerimonial (ceremonial)
  • cerimonies (ceremonies)
  • cerimonious (ceremonious)
  • cerimony (ceremony)
  • certainity (certainty)
  • cervial (cervical, servile, serval)
  • Champange (Champagne)
  • changable (changeable)
  • charachter (character)
  • charachters (characters)
  • charaterized (characterized)
  • charistics (characteristics)
  • chariman (chairman)
  • chasr (chaser, chase)
  • cheif (chief)
  • chemcial (chemical)
  • chemcially (chemically)
  • chemestry (chemistry)
  • chemicaly (chemically)
  • childbird (childbirth)
  • childrens (children's)
  • choosen (chosen)
  • Cincinatti (Cincinnati)
  • Cincinnatti (Cincinnati)
cipher (cypher, cipher)
  • ciricuit (circuit)
  • civillian (civilian)
  • claer (clear)
  • claerer (clearer)
  • claerly (clearly)
  • claimes (claims (sb. or vb.))
  • clera (clear, sclera)
  • cleareance (clearance)
  • clincial (clinical)
  • clinicaly (clinically)
  • coform (conform)
  • colateral (collateral)
  • collegue (colleague)
  • collegues (colleagues)
  • collonade (colonnade)
  • collonies (colonies)
  • collony (colony)
  • collosal (colossal)
  • comander (commander, commandeer)
  • comando (commando)
  • comandos (commandos)
  • comback (comeback (noun))
  • comision (commission)
  • comisioned (commissioned)
  • comisioner (commissioner)
  • comisioning (commissioning)
  • comisions (commissions)
  • comission (commission)
  • comissioned (commissioned)
  • comissioner (commissioner)
  • comissioning (commissioning)
  • comissions (commissions)
  • comited (committed)
  • comiting (committing)
  • comittee (committee)
  • comitted (committed)
  • comitting (committing)
  • commemerative (commemorative)
  • commerical (commercial)
  • commerically (commercially)
  • commericial (commercial)
  • commericially (commercially)
  • commision (commission)
  • commisioned (commissioned)
  • commisioner (commissioner)
  • commisioning (commissioning)
  • commisions (commissions)
  • commited (committed)
  • comming (coming)
  • committe (committee)
  • commitee (committee)
  • commiting (committing)
  • commemmorate (commemorate)
  • commmemorated (commemorated)
  • commongly (commonly)
  • communciation (communication)
  • comparision (comparison)
  • comparitive (comparative)
  • comparitively (comparatively)
  • compatable (compatible)
  • compatability (compatibility)
  • compatabilities (compatibilities)
  • compatablity (compatibility)
  • compatablities (compatibilities)
  • compatiblity (compatibility)
  • compatiblities (compatibilities)
  • competance (competence)
  • competant (competent)
  • competion (competition, completion)
  • competive (competitive)
  • comphrehensive (comprehensive)
  • compitent (competent)
  • complier (compiler)
  • comprimise (compromise)
  • concensus (consensus)
  • concider (consider)
  • concidered (considered)
  • conciders (considers)
  • concieve (conceive)
  • concieved (conceived)
  • concious (conscious)
  • conciously (consciously)
  • conciousness (consciousness)
  • conquerer (conqueror)
  • conquerers (conquerors)
  • condemmed (condemned)
  • condidtion (condition)
  • condidtions (conditions)
  • confidental (confidential)
  • confidentally (confidentially)
  • congresional (congressional)
  • conived (connived)
  • conjecutre (conjecture)
  • Conneticut (Connecticut)
  • conscent (consent)
  • consdider (consider)
  • consdidered (considered)
  • consentrate (concentrate)
  • consentrated (concentrated)
  • consentrates (concentrates)
  • consept (concept)
  • consern (concern)
  • conserned (concerned)
  • conserning (concerning)
  • conservitive (conservative)
  • considerd (considered)
  • consituencies (constituencies)
  • consituency (constituency)
  • consitutional (constitutional)
  • constituional (constitutional)
  • consitution (constitution)
  • constituion (constitution)
  • consolodate (consolidate)
  • consolodated (consolidated)
  • consonent (consonant)
  • consonents (consonants)
  • consorcium (consortium)
  • constaints (constraints)
  • constanly (constantly)
  • constatn (constant)
  • constituant (constituent)
  • constituants (constituents)
  • constituion (constitution)
  • constituional (constitutional)
  • constuction (construction)
  • consumate (consummate)
  • consumated (consummated)
  • contaiminate (contaminate)
  • containes (contains)
  • contamporaries (contemporaries)
  • contamporary (contemporary)
  • contemporaneus (contemporaneous, contemporary)
  • continous (continuous)
  • continously (continuously)
  • continueing (continuing)
  • contravercial (controversial)
  • contraversy (controversy)
  • contributer (contributor)
  • contributers (contributors)
  • controled (controlled)
  • controling (controlling)
  • controll (control)
  • controlls (controls)
  • controvercial (controversial)
  • controvercy (controversy)
  • controveries (controversies)
  • controvery (controversy)
  • conveinent (convenient)
  • convenant (covenant)
  • convential (conventional)
  • convertion (conversion)
  • convertor (converter)
  • convertors (converters)
  • convienient (convenient)
  • coordiantion (coordination)
  • coorperation (cooperation or corporation)
  • copywrite (copyright - nb copywrite is valid for proofread)
  • corosion (corrosion)
  • corparate (corporate)
  • correponding (corresponding)
  • correposding (corresponding)
  • correspondant (correspondent)
  • correspondants (correspondents)
  • corrispond (correspond)
  • corrispondant (correspondent)
  • corrispondants (correspondents)
  • corrisponding (corresponding)
  • corrisponded (corresponded)
  • corrisponds (corresponds)
  • costitution (constitution)
  • coudl (could, cloud)
  • could of (could have)
  • councellor (councillor or counselor or councilor)
  • councellors (councillors or counselors or councilors)
  • countains (contains)
  • coururier (courier, couturier)
  • coverted (converted, covered, coveted)
  • cpoy (coy, copy)
  • creaeted (created)
  • critereon (criterion)
  • criticists (critics)
  • critising (criticising, criticizing)
  • critisism (criticism)
  • critisisms (criticisms)
  • critisize (criticise, criticize)
  • critisized (criticised, criticized)
  • critisizes (criticises, criticizes)
  • critisizing (criticising, criticizing)
  • crucifiction (crucifixion)
  • crusies (cruises)
  • culiminating (culminating)
  • cumulatative (cumulative)
  • curch (church)
  • currenly (currently)
  • cxan (cyan)
  • cypher (cipher, cypher)
  • Cyprian (Cypriot (but Cyprian as a personal name))

D

  • dael (deal, dial, dahl)
  • dalmation (dalmatian)
  • damenor (demeanor)
  • Dardenelles (Dardanelles)
  • debateable (debatable)
  • decendant (descendant)
  • decendants (descendants)
  • decendent (descendant)
  • decendents (descendants)
  • decideable (decidable)
  • decidely (decidedly)
  • decieved (deceived)
  • decomposit (decompose)
  • decomposits (decomposes)
  • decompositing (decomposing)
  • decomposited (decomposed)
  • decribe (describe)
  • decribed (described)
  • decribes (describes)
  • decribing (describing)
  • decypher (decipher)
  • decyphered (deciphered)
  • deffine (define)
  • deffined (defined)
  • definance (defiance)
  • definate (definite)
  • definately (definitely)
  • definatly (definitely)
  • definetly (definitely)
  • definit (definite)
  • definitly (definitely)
  • demenor (demeanor)
  • demographical (demographic)
  • denegrating (denigrating)
  • deram (dram, dream)
  • deriviated (derived)
  • derogitory (derogatory)
  • desgined (designed)
  • descendend (descended)
  • descendent (descendant)
  • descendents (descendants)
  • descuss (discuss)
  • descision (decision)
  • descisions (decisions)
  • deside (decide)
  • desintegrated (disintegrated)
  • desintegration (disintegration)
  • desireable (desirable)
  • desparate (desperate, disparate)
  • despiration (desperation)
  • dessicated (desiccated)
  • dessigned (designed)
  • detailled (detailed)
  • detatched (detached)
  • detremental (detrimental)
  • determinining (determining)
  • develope (develop)
  • devolopement (development)
  • developped (developed)
  • devide (divide)
  • devided (divided)
  • diaster (disaster)
  • dicover (discover)
  • dicovered (discovered)
  • dicovers (discovers)
  • dicovering (discovering)
  • dicovery (discovery)
  • didnt (didn't)
  • diea (idea, die)
  • dieing (dying, dyeing))
  • dieties (deities)
  • diety (deity)
  • diferent (different)
  • diferrent (different)
  • diffrent (different)
  • dificulties (difficulties)
  • dificulty (difficulty)
  • Digglet (Diglett)
  • Diglet (Diglett)
  • dimenions (dimensions)
  • dimention (dimension)
  • dimentional (dimensional)
  • dimentions (dimensions)
  • diphtong (diphthong)
  • diphtongs (diphthongs)
  • dipthong (diphthong)
  • dipthongs (diphthongs)
  • dirived (derived)
  • disaproval (disapproval)
  • disasterous (disastrous)
  • disatisfaction (dissatisfaction)
  • disatisfied (dissatisfied)
  • discontentment (discontent)
  • discribe (describe)
  • discribed (described)
  • discribes (describes)
  • discribing (describing)
  • disemination (dissemination)
  • disenchanged (disenchanted)
  • disolved (dissolved)
  • disobediance (disobedience)
  • disobediant (disobedient)
  • dispair (despair)
  • disparingly (disparagingly)
  • dispence (dispense)
  • dispenced (dispensed)
  • dispencing (dispensing)
  • dispicable (despicable)
  • dispite (despite)
  • disputandem (disputandum)
  • dissagreement (disagreement)
  • dissapear (disappear)
  • dissapeared (disappeared)
  • dissapearing (disappearing)
  • dissapears (disappears)
  • dissappear (disappear)
  • dissappears (disappears)
  • dissobediance (disobedience)
  • dissobediant (disobedient)
  • dissobedience (disobedience)
  • dissobedient (disobedient)
  • distingish (distinguish)
  • distingished (distinguished)
  • distingishes (distinguishes)
  • distingishing (distinguishing)
  • distructive (destructive)
  • diversed (diverse, diverged)
  • divice (device)
  • divison (division)
  • divisons (divisions)
  • doccument (document)
  • doccumented (documented)
  • doccuments (documents)
  • doens (does)
  • doesnt (doesn't)
  • doign (doing)
  • dominent (dominant)
  • dominiant (dominant)
  • donig (doing)
donut (variant of doughnut)
  • doub (doubt, daub)
  • dramtic (dramatic)
  • draughtman (draughtsman)
  • Dravadian (Dravidian)
  • dreasm (dreams)
  • driectly (directly)
  • drnik (drink)
  • druming (drumming)
  • dukeship (dukedom)
  • durring (during)
  • dyas (dryas, dias)

E

  • earnt (earned)
  • ecidious (deciduous, insidious)
  • eclispe (eclipse)
  • efel (evil)
  • effeciency (efficiency)
  • effecient (efficient)
  • effeciently (efficiently)
  • efficency (efficiency)
  • efficent (efficient)
  • efficently (efficiently)
  • effulence (effluence)
  • efford (effort, afford) - But John Efford is correct
  • effords (efforts, affords)
  • eigth (eighth)
  • electic (eclectic, electric)
  • electon (election, electron)
  • electrial (electrical)
  • electricly (electrically)
  • electricty (electricity)
  • eleminated (eliminated)
  • eleminating (eliminating)
  • eles (Ellis)
  • elicided (elicited)
  • eligable (eligible)
  • elimentary (elementary)
  • elphant (elephant)
  • embarras (embarrass)
  • embarrased (embarrassed)
  • embarrasing (embarrassing)
  • embarrasment (embarrassment)
  • embarass (embarrass)
  • embarassed (embarrassed)
  • embarassing (embarrassing)
  • embarassment (embarrassment)
  • embezelled (embezzled)
  • eminate (emanate)
  • emision (emission)
  • emited (emitted)
  • emiting (emitting)
  • emition (emission, emotion)
  • emmediately (immediately)
  • emmigrated (emigrated)
  • emminent (eminent, imminent)
  • emminently (eminently)
  • emmision (emission)
  • emmisarries (emissaries)
  • emmisarry (emissary)
  • emmisaries (emissaries)
  • emmisary (emissary)
  • emmited (emitted)
  • emmiting (emitting)
  • emmitted (emitted)
  • emmitting (emitting)
  • emnity (enmity)
  • emperical (empirical)
  • empirial (empirical, imperial)
  • emphysyma (emphysema)
enamoured (enamoured, enamored)
  • encryptiion (encryption)
encypher (encipher)
  • endevour (endeavour)
  • endolithes (endoliths)
  • ened (need)
  • engeneer (engineer)
  • engeneering (engineering)
  • engieneer (engineer)
  • engieneers (engineers)
  • enlargment (enlargement)
  • enlargments (enlargements)
  • Enlish (English, enlist)
  • enourmous (enormous)
  • enourmously (enormously)
  • entrepeneur (entrepreneur)
  • entrepeneurs (entrepreneurs)
  • enviorment (environment)
  • enviormental (environmental)
  • enviormentally (environmentally)
  • enviorments (environments)
  • enviornment (environment)
  • enviornmental (environmental)
  • enviornmentalist (environmentalist)
  • enviornmentally (environmentally)
  • enviornments (environments)
  • enviroment (environment)
  • enviromental (environmental)
  • enviromentalist (environmentalist)
  • enviromentally (environmentally)
  • enviroments (environments)
  • enxt (next)
  • equilibium (equilibrium)
  • equilibrum (equilibrium)
  • equiped (equipped)
  • equippment (equipment)
  • equitorial (equatorial)
  • equivelant (equivalent)
  • equivelent (equivalent)
  • equivilant (equivalent)
  • equivilent (equivalent)
  • erally (orally, really)
  • eratic (erratic)
  • eraticly (erratically)
  • erested (arrested, erected)
  • Erica (Erika)
  • esle (else)
  • esential (essential)
  • essencial (essential)
  • essense (essence)
  • essesital (essential)
  • essentual (essential)
  • ethose (those, ethos)
  • Europian (European)
  • Europians (Europeans)
  • Eurpean (European)
  • Eurpoean (European)
  • eveyr (every)
  • evidentally (evidently)
  • exagerate (exaggerate)
  • exagerated (exaggerated)
  • exagerates (exaggerates)
  • exagerating (exaggerating)
  • exagerrate (exaggerate)
  • exagerrated (exaggerated)
  • exagerrates (exaggerates)
  • exagerrating (exaggerating)
  • exampt (exempt)
  • excecute (execute)
  • excecuted (executed)
  • excecutes (executes)
  • excecuting (executing)
  • excecution (execution)
  • excedded (exceeded)
  • excell (excel)
  • excells (excels)
  • exelent (excellent)
  • exemple (example)
  • exerbate (exacerbate)
  • exerbated (exacerbated)
  • exerpt (excerpt)
  • exerpts (excerpts)
  • exerternal (external)
  • exhalted (exalted)
  • exibition (exhibition)
  • exibitions (exhibitions)
  • existance (existence)
  • existant (existent)
  • exmaple (example)
  • exoskelaton (exoskeleton)
  • expalin (explain)
  • expell (expel)
  • expells (expels)
  • exploititive (exploitative)
  • extered (exerted)
  • extint (extinct, extant)
  • extraterrestial (extraterrestrial)
  • extraterrestials (extraterrestrials)
  • extravagent (extravagant)
  • extremeophile (extremophile)
  • extrordinarily (extraordinarily)
  • extrordinary (extraordinary)
  • eyar (year)
  • eyars (years, eyas)
  • eyasr (years)

F

  • faciliate (facilitate)
  • faciliated (facilitated)
  • facinated (fascinated)
  • famoust (famous, most famous)
  • fanatism (fanaticism)
  • Farenheit (Fahrenheit)
  • faught (fought)
  • feasable (feasible)
  • Febuary (February)
  • feromone (pheromone)
  • Feraligator (Feraligatr)
  • Feralligator (Feraligatr)
  • Feralligater (Feraligatr)
  • fianlly (finally)
  • ficticious (fictitious)
  • fictious (fictitious)
  • fidn (find)
  • fiel (feel, field, file, phial)
  • fiels (feels, fields, files, phials)
  • filiament (filament)
  • finaly (finally)
  • financialy (financially)
  • firends (friends)
  • firts (flirts, first)
  • fleed (fled, freed)
  • Flemmish (Flemish)
  • florescent (fluorescent)
  • fluorish (flourish)
  • fo (for, of)
  • fonetic (phonetic)
  • fomr (from, form)
  • forbad (forbade)
  • forfiet (forfeit)
  • forhead (forehead)
  • foriegn (foreign)
  • Formalhaut (Fomalhaut)
  • formallize (formalize)
  • formallized (formalized)
  • formost (foremost)
  • forseeable (foreseeable)
  • forunner (forerunner)
  • foudn (found)
  • fougth (fought)
  • foundaries (foundries)
  • foundary (foundry)
  • Foundland (Newfoundland)
  • fourty (forty)
  • Fransiscan (Franciscan)
  • Fransiscans (Franciscans)
  • freind (friend)
  • fundametal (fundamental)
  • fundametals (fundamentals)
  • furuther (further)
  • funguses (fungi)
  • futher (further)
  • futhermore (furthermore)
  • futhroc (futhark)

G

  • gae (game, Gael, gale)
  • galatic (galactic)
  • Galations (Galatians)
  • garantee (guarantee)
  • garanteed (guaranteed)
  • gauarana (guarana)
  • gaurd (guard, gourd)
  • guarentee (guarantee)
  • guarenteed (guaranteed)
  • geneologies (genealogies)
  • geneology (genealogy)
  • generaly (generally)
  • genialia (genitalia)
  • genration (generation)
  • gentlemens (gentlemen's)
  • geometrician (geometer)
  • geometricians (geometers)
  • gerat (great)
  • Ghandi (Gandhi)
  • godess (goddess)
  • godesses (goddesses)
  • Godounov (Godunov)
  • gogin (going, Gauguin)
  • goign (going)
  • gonig (going)
  • Gothenberg (Gothenburg)
  • Gottleib (Gottlieb)
  • gouvener (governor)
  • governer (governor)
  • goverment (government)
  • govermental (governmental)
  • govorment (government)
  • govormental (governmental)
  • graet (great)
  • grafitti (graffiti)
  • grammaticaly (grammatically)
  • gramatically (grammatically)
  • grammer (grammar, except Kelsey Grammer)
  • grandaughter (granddaughter)
  • grat (great)
  • gratuitious (gratuitous)
  • greatful (grateful)
  • greatfully (gratefully)
  • greif (grief)
  • gropu (group)
  • groupsex (group sex)
  • grwo (grow)
  • Guadulupe,Guaduloupe (Guadalupe, Guadeloupe -- both exist)
  • guage (gauge)
  • guarentee (guarantee)
  • guarenteed (guaranteed)
  • guarentees (guarantees)
  • Guatamala (Guatemala)
  • Guatamalan (Guatemalan)
  • guerrila (guerilla, guerrilla -- both are correct)
  • guerrilas (guerillas, guerrillas -- both are correct)
  • guidence (guidance)
  • Guilia (Giulia)
  • Guilio (Giulio)
guillemet (guillemot - a bird)
guillemot (guillemet - French quotation mark)
  • Guiness (Guinness)
  • Guiseppe (Giuseppe)
  • gunanine (guanine)
  • guranteed (guaranteed)
  • guttaral (guttural)
  • gutteral (guttural)

H

  • habaeus (habeas, Latin as in habeas corpus)
  • habeus (habeas, Latin as in habeas corpus)
  • habitant (inhabitant; but habitant ok in French, and some say in English)
  • habitants (inhabitants; but habitants ok in French, and some say in English)
  • Habsbourg (Habsburg)
  • hace (hare)
  • haev (have, heave)
  • Hallowean (Hallowe'en or Halloween)
  • hapen (happen)
  • hapened (happened)
  • happended (happened)
  • hapening (happening)
  • harased (harassed)
  • harases (harasses)
  • harasment (harassment)
  • harasments (harassments)
  • harras (harass)
  • harrasing (harassing)
  • harrased (harassed)
  • harrases (harasses)
  • harrasment (harassment)
  • harrasments (harassments)
  • harrassing (harassing)
  • harrassed (harassed)
  • harrasses (harassed)
  • harrassment (harassment)
  • harrassments (harassments)
  • hasnt (hasn't)
  • headquater (headquarter)
  • headquatered (headquartered)
  • headquaters (headquarters)
  • heared (heard)
  • Heidelburg (Heidelberg)
  • heigher (higher)
  • heirarchy (hierarchy)
  • heiroglyphics (hieroglyphics)
  • hemmorhage (hemorrhage)
  • herad (heard, Hera)
  • heroe (hero)
heros (heroes)
  • hieght (height)
  • hierachical (hierarchical)
  • hierachies (hierarchies)
  • hierachy (hierarchy)
  • hierarcical (hierarchical)
  • hierarcy (hierarchy)
  • hieroglph (hieroglyph)
  • hieroglphs (hieroglyphs)
  • higer (higher)
  • higest (highest)
  • hinderence (hindrance)
  • hindrence (hindrance)
  • helpfull (helpful)
  • hipopotamus (hippopotamus)
  • hismelf (himself)
  • histocompatability (histocompatibility)
  • homogeneize (homogenize)
  • homogeneized (homogenized)
  • honory (honorary)
  • horrifing (horrifying)
  • housr (hours, house)
  • howver (however)
  • hten (then, hen, the)
  • htere (there, here)
  • htey (they)
  • hting (thing)
  • htikn (think)
  • htink (think)
  • htis (this)
  • humer (humour)
  • humerous (humorous, humourous, humerus)
  • humoural (humoral)
  • hvae (have)
  • hvea (have, heave)
  • hvaing (having)
  • hwihc (which)
  • hwile (while)
  • hwole (whole)
  • hydropile (hydrophile)
  • hydropilic (hydrophilic)
  • hydropobe (hydrophobe)
  • hydropobic (hydrophobic)
  • hygeine (hygiene)
  • hypocracy (hypocrisy)
  • hypocrasy (hypocrisy)
  • hypocricy (hypocrisy)
  • hypocrit (hypocrite)
  • hypocrits (hypocrites)

I

  • iconclastic (iconoclastic)
idae (idea)
  • idaes (ideas)
  • idealogies (ideologies)
  • idealogy (ideology)
  • identicial (identical)
  • ideosyncratic (idiosyncratic)
  • idesa (ideas, ides)
  • Ihaca (Ithaca)
  • illegimacy (illegitimacy)
  • illegitmate (illegitimate)
  • illution (illusion)
  • ilogical (illogical)
  • imagenary (imaginary)
  • imagin (imagine)
  • imaginery (imaginary, imagery)
  • imanent (eminent, imminent)
  • imediately (immediately)
  • imense (immense)
  • immidately (immediately)
  • immidiately (immediately)
  • imigrant (emigrant, immigrant)
  • imigrated (emigrated, immigrated)
  • imigration (emigration, immigration)
  • iminent (eminent, imminent, or immanent, depending on meaning)
  • immediatley (immediately)
  • immitate (imitate)
  • immitated (imitated)
  • immitating (imitating)
  • immitator (imitator)
  • immunosupressant (immunosuppressant)
  • impedence (impedance)
  • improvision (improvisation)
  • inaccessable (inaccessible)
  • inappropiate (inappropriate)
  • inaugures (inaugurates)
  • inbalance (imbalance)
  • inbalanced (imbalanced)
  • incidently (incidentally)
  • incompatable (incompatible)
  • incompatability (incompatibility)
  • incompatabilities (incompatibilities)
  • incompatablity (incompatibility)
  • incompatablities (incompatibilities)
  • incompatiblity (incompatibility)
  • incompatiblities (incompatibilities)
  • incompetance (incompetence)
  • incompetant (incompetent)
  • incorperation (incorporation)
  • incorruptable (incorruptible)
  • increadible (incredible)
  • incredable (incredible)
  • inctroduced (introduced)
  • inctroduce (introduce)
  • incuding (including)
  • incunabla (incunabula)
  • indefinately (indefinitely)
  • indefinitly (indefinitely)
  • indepedantly (independently)
  • independance (independence, but -ance is correct in French, so be careful with New Caledonia)
  • independant (independent)
  • independantly (independently)
  • independece (independence)
  • indipendent (independent)
  • indipendently (independently)
  • indispensible (indispensable)
  • indisputibly (indisputably)
  • indisputible (indisputable)
  • indite (indict)
  • indpendently (independently)
  • indpendent (independent)
  • indulgue (indulge)
  • indutrial (industrial)
  • inevatible (inevitable)
  • inevitible (inevitable)
  • infectuous (infectious)
  • infilitrate (infiltrate)
  • infilitrated (infiltrated)
  • infinit (infinite)
  • infomation (information)
  • inflamation (inflammation)
  • influencial (influential)
  • influented (influenced)
  • ingreediants (ingredients)
  • inheritage (heritage or inheritance)
  • initation (initiation)
  • inmigrant (immigrant)
  • inmigrants (immigrants)
  • inocence (innocence)
  • inot (into)
  • inpeach (impeach)
  • inpolite (impolite)
  • inprisonment (imprisonment)
  • insistance (insistence)
  • insitution (institution)
  • insitutions (institutions)
  • inspite (in spite or inspire)
  • instade (instead)
  • instatance (instance)
  • insufficent (insufficient)
  • intelectual (intellectual)
  • inteligence (intelligence)
  • inteligent (intelligent)
  • interbread (interbreed or interbred)
  • intered (interred or interned)
  • interchangable (interchangeable)
  • interchangably (interchangeably)
  • interelated (interrelated)
  • interferance (interference)
  • intergrated (integrated)
  • intergration (integration)
  • internation (international)
  • interpet (interpret)
  • interrugum (interregnum)
  • intertaining (entertaining)
  • interupt (interrupt)
  • intial (initial)
  • intially (initially)
  • intrest (interest)
  • intutive (intuitive)
  • intutively (intuitively)
  • inumerable (enumerable, innumerable)
  • inventer (inventor)
  • invertibrates (invertebrates)
  • involvment (involvement)
  • irelevent (irrelevant)
  • iresistable (irresistible)
  • iresistably (irresistibly)
  • iresistible (irresistible)
  • iresistibly (irresistibly)
  • iritable (irritable)
  • iritated (irritated)
  • ironicly (ironically)
  • irregardless (regardless)
  • irresistable (irresistible)
  • irresistably (irresistibly)
  • isnt (isn't)
  • Israelies (Israelis)
  • its and it's -- its is a possessive word; it's means "it is"
  • iwll (will)
  • iwth (with)

J

  • Japanes (Japanese)
  • Jaques (Jacques - except in Shakespeare)
  • jeapardy (jeopardy)
  • Jesse (Jessie)
  • Johanine (Johannine)
  • Jospeh (Joseph)
  • journies (journeys)
  • jstu (just)
  • jsut (just)
  • Juadaism (Judaism)
  • Juadism (Judaism)
  • judical (judicial)
  • judisuary (judiciary)

K

  • kindergarden (kindergarten)
  • km2 (km²)
  • knowlege (knowledge)
  • knowlegeable (knowledgeable)
  • konw (know)
  • konws (knows)
  • knive (knife)
  • knifes (knives)
  • knwo (know)
  • knwos (knows)
  • kwno (know)

L

  • labatory (lavatory, laboratory)
  • labled (labelled or labeled)
  • labratory (laboratory)
  • laguage (language)
  • laguages (languages)
  • lavae (larvae)
  • layed (laid)
lead (led)
  • leaded (led -- except in certain technical senses)
  • leanr (lean, learn, leaner)
  • legitamate (legitimate)
  • Leibnitz (Leibniz (philosopher))
  • lenght (length)
leran (learn)
  • lerans (learns)
  • leutenant (lieutenant)
  • levetate (levitate)
  • levetated (levitated)
  • levetates (levitates)
  • levetating (levitating)
  • levle (level)
  • liason (liaison, Mara Liasson)
  • libary (library)
  • libguistic (linguistic)
  • libguistics (linguistics)
  • libell (libel)
  • lible (libel, liable)
  • licenced (licensed)
  • licencing (licensing)
lief (life, leaf)
  • lieing (lying)
  • liek (like)
  • liekd (liked)
  • liesure (leisure)
  • lightyear (light year)
  • lightyears (light years)
  • Likabitos ((Mt.) Lykabettos)
  • likelyhood (likelihood)
  • Linnaena (Linnaean)
  • Lippizaner (Lipizzaner)
  • lisence (licence or license)
  • lisense (licence or license)
  • litature (literature)
  • literture (literature)
littel (little)
  • liuke (like)
  • livley (lively)
  • loev (love)
  • lonelyness (loneliness)
  • lonley (lonely)
  • lonly (lonely, only)
loosing (often losing, but "loosing" is sometimes intended)
  • Los Angles (Los Angeles)
  • Lotharingen (Lothringen)
  • Lovdisc (Luvdisc -- except when refering to Luvdisc's french name)
  • Lovedisc (Luvdisc)
  • Lovedisk (Luvdisc)
  • lsat (last)
  • Lukid (Likud)
  • Luvdisk (Luvdisc)
  • Luvedisc (Luvdisc)
  • Luvedisk (Luvdisc)
  • lveo (love)
  • lvoe (love)
  • Lybia (Libya)

M

  • mackeral (mackerel)
  • magolia (magnolia)
  • maintainance (maintenance)
  • maintainence (maintenance)
  • maintance (maintenance)
  • maintenence (maintenance)
  • maintioned (mentioned)
  • maked (marked, made)
  • makse (makes)
  • Malcom (Malcolm - but "Malcom" may be right in some cases)
  • maltesian (Maltese)
  • mamal (mammal)
  • mamalian (mammalian)
  • managment (management)
  • manoeuverability (maneuverability, manoeuvrability)
  • manouver (maneuver, manoeuvre)
  • manouvers (maneuvers, manoeuvres)
  • manouverability (maneuverability, manoeuvrability)
  • manouverable (maneuverable, manoeuvrable)
  • manuever (maneuver, manoeuvre)
  • manuevers (maneuvers, manoeuvres)
  • manufature (manufacture)
  • manufatured (manufactured)
  • manufaturing (manufacturing)
  • marjority (majority)
  • marketting (marketing)
  • marraige (marriage)
  • marrage (marriage)
  • marryied (married)
  • Massachussets (Massachusetts)
  • Massachussetts (Massachusetts)
  • massmedia (mass media)
  • mathamatics (mathematics)
  • matheticians (mathematicians)
  • mathmatician (mathematician)
  • mathmaticians (mathematicians)
  • mear (wear, mere, mare)
  • medacine (medicine)
  • medeival (medieval, mediaeval)
  • mediciney (mediciny)
  • Mediteranean (Mediterranean)
  • meerkrat (meerkat)
  • memeber (member)
  • membranaphone (membranophone)
  • meranda (veranda, Miranda)
  • messanger (messenger)
  • metalic (metallic)
  • metalurgic (metallurgic)
  • metalurgical (metallurgical)
  • metalurgy (metallurgy)
  • metamorphysis (metamorphosis)
  • Michagan (Michigan)
  • midwifes (midwives)
  • mileau (milieu)
  • milennia (millennia)
  • milennium (millennium)
  • mileu (milieu)
  • millenia (millennia)
  • millenium (millennium)
  • millepede (millipede)
  • millitary (military)
  • minature (miniature)
  • ministery (ministry)
  • miscelaneous (miscellaneous)
  • miscellanous (miscellaneous)
  • miscellanious (miscellaneous)
  • mischeivous (mischievous)
  • mischevious (mischievous)
  • mischievious (mischievous)
  • misile (missile)
  • misdameanor (misdemeanor)
  • misdameanors (misdemeanors)
  • misdemenor (misdemeanor)
  • misdemenors (misdemeanors)
  • mispelling (misspelling)
  • Misouri (Missouri)
  • Missisipi (Mississippi)
  • Missisippi (Mississippi)
  • missen (mizzen)
  • missle (missile, missel (thrush))
  • mistery (mystery)
  • misterious (mysterious)
  • misteryous (mysterious)
  • mkae (make)
  • mkaes (makes)
  • mkaing (making)
  • mkea (make)
  • modle (model)
  • moent (moment)
  • moeny (money)
  • Mohammedan (Muslim)
  • Mohammedans (Muslims)
  • moil (mohel)
  • monestaries (monasteries)
  • monestary (monastery, monetary)
  • monolite (monolithic)
  • Monserrat (Montserrat)
  • montypic (monotypic)
  • moreso (more so)
  • morgage (mortgage)
  • Morisette (Morissette)
  • Morrisette (Morissette)
  • motiviated (motivated)
  • movei (movie)
  • mroe (more)
  • mucuous (mucous)
  • muder (murder)
  • mudering (murdering)
  • Muhammadan (Muslim)
  • muncipalities (municipalities)
  • muncipality (municipality)
  • muscels (mussels, muscles)
  • myraid (myriad)
  • mysef (myself)
  • mysogyny (misogyny)
  • mysogynist (misogynist)
  • mysterous (mysterious)
  • Mythraic (Mithraic)

N

  • Napoleonian (Napoleonic)
  • naturaly (naturally)
  • naturely (naturally)
  • naturually (naturally)
  • naturual (natural)
  • Nazereth (Nazareth)
  • neccessary (necessary)
  • neccessarily (necessarily)
  • neccesary (necessary)
  • neccesarily (necessarily)
  • necesary (necessary)
  • necesarily (necessarily)
  • neglible (negligible)
  • negligable (negligible)
  • negociate (negotiate)
  • negociation (negotiation)
  • negotation (negotiation)
  • neice (niece, nice)
  • neigbour (neighbour or neighbor)
  • neigbouring (neighbouring or neighboring)
  • neigbours (neighbours or neighbors)
  • nessasarily (necessarily)
  • Newyorker (New Yorker)
  • Nintetails (Ninetales)
  • nineth (ninth)
  • ninteenth (nineteenth)
  • ninty (ninety)
  • nkow (know)
  • nkwo (know)
  • noone (no one)
  • northen (northern)
  • northereastern (northeastern)
  • noteable (notable)
  • noteably (notably)
  • noteriety (notoriety)
  • noth (north)
  • nothern (northern)
  • noticable (noticeable)
  • noticeing (noticing)
  • noticible (noticeable)
  • noveau (nouveau)
  • nto (not)
  • nucular (nuclear)
  • nuculear (nuclear)
  • nuisanse (nuisance)
  • Nullabour (Nullarbor)
  • Nuremburg (Nuremberg)
  • nusance (nuisance)
  • nutritent (nutrient)
  • nutritents (nutrients)

O

  • obediance (obedience)
  • obediant (obedient)
  • obstacal (obstacle)
  • ocasion (occasion)
  • ocasional (occasional)
  • ocasionally (occasionally)
  • ocasionaly (occasionally)
  • ocasioned (occasioned)
  • ocasions (occasions)
  • ocassion (occasion)
  • ocassional (occasional)
  • ocassionally (occasionally)
  • ocassioned (occasioned)
  • ocassions (occasions)
  • occassion (occasion)
  • occassional (occasional)
  • occassionally (occasionally)
  • occassionaly (occasionally)
  • occassioned (occasioned)
  • occassions (occasions)
  • occurance (occurrence)
  • occurances (occurrences)
  • occured (occurred)
  • occurence (occurrence)
  • occurences (occurrences)
  • occuring (occurring)
  • occurr (occur)
  • occurrance (occurrence)
  • occurrances (occurrences)
  • octohedra (octahedra)
  • octohedral (octahedral)
  • octohedron (octahedron)
  • ocuntry (country)
  • ocuntries (countries)
  • ocurr (occur)
  • ocurrance (occurrence)
  • ocurred (occurred)
  • ocurrence (occurrence)
  • offical (official)
  • officaly (officially)
  • offically (officially)
  • officialy (officially)
  • oging (going, ogling)
  • omision (omission)
  • omited (omitted)
  • omiting (omitting)
  • ommision (omission)
  • ommited (omitted)
  • ommiting (omitting)
  • ommitted (omitted)
  • ommitting (omitting)
  • omniverous (omnivorous)
  • omniverously (omnivorously)
  • omre (more)
  • onot (note, not)
  • onyl (only)
  • oponent (opponent)
  • oportunity (opportunity)
  • oposite (opposite)
  • oposition (opposition)
  • opression (oppression)
  • opressive (oppressive)
  • oppinion (opinion)
  • opthalmic (ophthalmic)
  • opthalmologist (ophthalmologist)
  • opthalmology (ophthalmology)
  • opthamologist (ophthalmologist)
  • optomism (optimism)
  • organim (organism)
  • orgin (origin, organ)
  • orginal (original, orignal)
  • orginize (organise)
  • originaly (originally)
  • originnally (originally)
  • origional (original)
  • orignally (originally)
  • otehr (other)
  • overshaddowed (overshadowed)
  • overwelming (overwhelming)
  • owrk (work)
  • owudl (would)
  • oxigen (oxygen)
  • oximoron (oxymoron)

P

  • paide (paid) - except the city in Estonia
  • palce (place, palace)
  • paliamentarian (parliamentarian)
  • Palistian (Palestinian)
  • Palistinian (Palestinian)
  • Palistinians (Palestinians)
  • pamplet (pamphlet)
  • pantomine (pantomime)
  • Papanicalou (Papanicolaou)
  • paralel (parallel)
  • paralell (parallel)
  • paralelly (parallelly)
  • paralely (parallelly)
  • parallely (parallelly)
  • paranthesis (parenthesis)
  • paraphenalia (paraphernalia)
  • parituclar (particular)
  • parrakeets (parakeets)
  • parralel (parallel)
  • parrallel (parallel)
  • parrallell (parallel)
  • parrallelly (parallelly)
  • parrallely (parallelly)
  • particularily (particularly)
  • pased (passed)
  • pasttime (pastime)
  • pastural (pastoral)
  • pattented (patented)
  • payed (paid)
  • peculure (peculiar)
  • peice (piece)
  • Peloponnes (Peloponnesus)
  • penatly (penalty)
  • penisula (peninsula)
  • penisular (peninsular or peninsula)
  • penninsula (peninsula)
  • penninsular (peninsular or peninsula)
  • pennisula (peninsula)
  • peom (poem)
  • peoms (poems)
  • peopel (people)
  • peotry (poetry)
  • Persain (Persian)
  • percepted (perceived)
  • percieved (perceived)
  • performence (performance)
  • performes (performed, performs)
  • perhasp (perhaps)
  • perheaps (perhaps)
  • perhpas (perhaps)
  • peripathetic (peripatetic)
  • perjery (perjury)
  • perjorative (pejorative)
  • permenant (permanent)
  • permissable (permissible)
  • perogative (prerogative)
  • perpindicular (perpendicular)
  • perphas (perhaps, purpose)
  • persistance (persistence)
  • persistant (persistent)
  • personel (personnel)
  • personel (personal)
  • personell (personnel)
  • personnell (personnel)
  • persue (pursue)
  • persuing (pursuing)
  • persuit (pursuit)
  • pertubation (perturbation)
  • pertubations (perturbations)
  • petetion (petition)
  • pessiary (pessary)
  • Pharoah (Pharaoh) (except in the name of the jazz player, Pharoah Sanders)
  • phenomenonal (phenomenal)
  • phenomenonly (phenomenal, phenomenally)
  • phenomonenon (phenomenon)
  • phenonmena (phenomena)
  • Philipines (Philippines)
  • philisopher (philosopher)
  • philisophical (philosophical)
  • philisophy (philosophy)
  • Phillipine (Philippine)
  • Phillipines (Philippines)
  • Phillippines (Philippines)
  • Phonecian (Phoenecian)
  • phongraph (phonograph)
  • pich (pitch)
  • pilgrimmage (pilgrimage)
  • pilgrimmages (pilgrimages)
  • pinapple (pineapple)
  • pinnaple (pineapple)
  • plantiff (plaintiff)
  • planed (planned; but valid if it means "made flat", as in derived from plane rather than plan)
  • playwrite (playwright)
  • playwrites (playwrights)
  • plesant (pleasant)
  • Poincare (Poincaré)
  • poisin (poison)
  • polinator (pollinator)
  • polinators (pollinators)
  • Politoad (Politoed)
  • polute (pollute)
  • poluted (polluted)
  • polutes (pollutes)
  • poluting (polluting)
  • polution (pollution)
  • polysaccharid (polysaccharide)
  • polysaccaride (polysaccharide)
  • Pokeball (Poké Ball)
  • Pokeballs (Poké Balls)
  • Pokéball (Poké Ball)
  • Pokéballs (Poké Balls)
  • Pokemon (Pokémon)
  • pomegranite (pomegranate)
  • popularaty (popularity)
  • Portugese (Portuguese)
  • posess (possess)
  • posessed (possessed)
  • posesses (possesses)
  • posessing (possessing)
  • posession (possession)
  • positon (position, positron)
  • possable (possible)
  • possably (possibly)
  • posseses (possesses)
  • possesion (possession)
  • possesing (possessing)
  • possibilty (possibility)
  • possition (position)
  • postion (position)
  • powerfull (powerful)
  • practial (practical)
  • practially (practically)
  • practicaly (practically)
  • practicioner (practitioner)
  • practicioners (practitioners)
  • practicly (practically)
  • practioner (practitioner)
  • practioners (practitioners)
  • prairy (prairie)
  • preample (preamble)
  • precedessor (predecessor)
  • preceed (precede)
  • preceeded (preceded)
  • preceeding (preceding)
  • preceeds (precedes)
  • precurser (precursor)
  • prefered (preferred)
  • prefering (preferring)
  • preferrably (preferably)
  • pregancies (pregnancies)
  • premeire (premiere)
  • premeired (premiered)
  • premillenial (premillennial)
  • premission (permission)
  • Premonasterians (Premonstratensians)
  • prepair (prepare)
  • prepartion (preparation)
  • presense (presence)
  • presidental (presidential)
  • prestigeous (prestigious)
  • prestigous (prestigious)
  • presumibly (presumably)
  • prevelant (prevalent)
  • previvous (previous)
  • pricipal (principal)
  • priciple (principle)
  • primative (primitive)
  • primatives (primitives)
  • primatively (primitively)
  • primordal (primordial)
  • priveledges (privileges)
  • privelege (privilege)
  • priveleged (privileged)
  • priveleges (privileges)
  • privelige (privilege)
  • priveliged (privileged)
  • priveliges (privileges)
  • privilage (privilege)
  • priviledge (privilege)
  • priviledges (privileges)
  • privledge (privilege)
  • probablly (probably)
  • probalibity (probability)
  • probaly (probably)
  • probelm (problem)
  • proccess (process)
  • proccessing (processing)
  • procedger (procedure)
  • procede (proceed or precede)
  • proceded (proceeded or preceded)
  • procedes (proceeds or precedes)
  • proceding (proceeding or preceding)
  • procedings (proceedings)
  • proceedure (procedure)
  • proclamed (proclaimed)
  • proclaming (proclaiming)
  • proclomation (proclamation)
  • profesion (profusion, profession)
  • profesor (professor)
  • proffesion (profession)
  • proffesor (professor)
  • profilic (prolific)
  • programable (programmable)
  • progrom (pogrom, program)
  • progroms (pogroms, programs)
  • prohabition (prohibition)
  • prologomena (prolegomena)
  • prominance (prominence)
  • prominant (prominent)
  • prominantly (prominently)
  • prominately (prominently, predominately)
  • promiscous (promiscuous)
  • pronomial (pronominal)
  • prophacy (prophecy)
  • propietary (proprietary)
  • propoganda (propaganda)
  • propogate (propagate)
  • propogates (propagates)
  • propotions (proportions)
  • propper (proper, unless it props something, as in derived from the word prop)
  • proprietory (proprietary)
  • proseletyzing (proselytizing)
  • protaganist (protagonist)
  • protaganists (protagonists)
  • protem (pro tem, protein)
  • protrayed (portrayed)
  • protruberance (protuberance)
  • protruberances (protuberances)
  • provded (provided)
  • pseudonyn (pseudonym)
  • pseudononymous (pseudonymous)
  • psycology (psychology)
  • psyhic (psychic)
  • Pucini (Puccini (composer))
  • Puertorrican (Puerto Rican)
  • Puertorricans (Puerto Ricans)
  • purposedly (purposely)
  • pursuade (persuade)
  • pursuaded (persuaded)
  • pursuades (persuades)
  • pususading (persuading)
  • puting (putting)
  • pwn (own)
  • pwoer (power)
  • pyscic (psychic)

Q

  • qtuie (quite, quiet)
  • quantaty (quantity)
  • quantitiy (quantity)
  • quarantaine (quarantine)
  • quicklyu (quickly)
  • quizes (quizzes)
  • qutie (quite, quiet)

R

  • rabinnical (rabbinical)
  • radify (ratify)
  • raelly (really)
  • Riachu (Raichu)
  • reacll (recall)
  • realy (really)
  • realyl (really)
  • reccomend (recommend)
  • reccomended (recommended)
  • reccomending (recommending)
  • reccommend (recommend)
  • reccommended (recommended)
  • reccommending (recommending)
  • reccuring (recurring)
  • receeded (receded)
  • receeding (receding)
  • recepient (recipient)
  • recepients (recipients)
  • recide (reside)
  • recided (resided)
  • recident (resident)
  • recidents (residents)
  • reciding (residing)
  • reciept (receipt)
  • recieve (receive)
  • recieved (received)
  • reciever (receiver)
  • recievers (receivers)
  • recieves (receives)
  • recieving (receiving)
  • recipiant (recipient)
  • recipiants (recipients)
  • recogise (recognise)
  • recogize (recognize)
  • recomend (recommend)
  • recomended (recommended)
  • recomending (recommending)
  • recomends (recommends)
  • reconcilation (reconciliation)
  • reconaissance (reconnaissance)
  • reconnaissence (reconnaissance)
  • recquired (required)
  • recrational (recreational)
  • recrod (record)
  • rediculous (ridiculous)
  • referal (referral)
  • refered (referred)
  • refering (referring)
  • referrence (reference)
  • referrs (refers)
  • reffered (referred)
  • refference (reference)
  • refridgerator (refrigerator)
  • refusla (refusal)
  • regluar (regular)
  • reguarly (regularly)
  • regularily (regularly)
  • rehersal (rehearsal)
  • reknown (renown)
  • reknowned (renowned)
  • rela (real)
  • relaly (really)
  • relatiopnship (relationship)
  • relativly (relatively)
  • releive (relieve)
  • releived (relieved)
  • relevence (relevance)
  • relevent (relevant)
  • religeous (religious)
  • religous (religious)
  • relized (realised)
  • remaing (remaining)
  • remeber (remember)
  • rememberance (remembrance)
  • remembrence (remembrance)
  • reminent (remnant)
  • reminescent (reminiscent)
  • repatition (repetition, repartition)
  • repentence (repentance)
  • repentent (repentant)
  • repetion (repetition)
  • reponse (response)
  • reponsible (responsible)
  • representive (representative)
  • representives (representatives)
  • resemblence (resemblance)
  • resignement (resignment)
  • resistable (resistible)
  • resistence (resistance)
  • resistent (resistant)
  • responce (response)
  • responnsibilty (responsibility)
  • ressemblance (resemblance)
  • ressemble (resemble)
  • ressembled (resembled)
  • ressemblence (resemblance)
  • ressembling (resembling)
  • ressurection (resurrection)
  • restaraunt (restaurant)
  • restaraunteur (restaurateur)
  • restaraunteurs (restaurateurs)
  • restaraunts (restaurants)
  • restauration (restoration)
  • resteraunt (restaurant)
  • resteraunts (restaurants)
  • restraunt (restraint, restaurant)
  • ressurected (resurrected)
  • resurecting (resurrecting)
  • retalitated (retaliated)
  • retalitation (retaliation)
  • revaluated (reevaluated)
  • reversable (reversible)
  • revolutionar (revolutionary)
  • rewriet (rewrite)
  • rhymme (rhyme)
  • rhythem (rhythm)
  • rhythim (rhythm)
  • rigeur (rigueur, rigour, rigor)
  • rigourous (rigorous)
  • rininging (ringing)
  • Rockerfeller (Rockefeller)
  • rococco (rococo)
  • roomate (roommate)
  • rougly (roughly)
  • russina (Russian)
  • Russion (Russian)
  • rulle (rule)
  • rwite (write)
  • rythm (rhythm)
  • rythem (rhythm)
  • rythim (rhythm)

S

  • sacrafice (sacrifice)
  • saftey (safety)
  • safty (safety)
  • salery (salary)
  • sandwhich (sandwich)
  • Sanhedrim (Sanhedrin)
sargant (sergeant)
  • sasy (says, sassy)
  • satelite (satellite)
  • satelites (satellites)
  • Saterday (Saturday)
  • Saterdays (Saturdays)
  • sattelite (satellite)
  • sattelites (satellites)
  • scaleable (scalable)
  • schedual (schedule)
  • scholarstic (scholastic, scholarly)
  • Schroedinger (Schrödinger)
  • scirpt (script)
  • scoll (scroll)
  • scripot
  • secceeded (seceded, succeeded)
  • seceed (succeed, secede)
  • seceeded (succeeded, seceded)
  • secratary (secretary)
  • secretery (secretary)
  • sedereal (sidereal)
  • seige (siege)
  • sence (sense)
  • sensure (censure)
  • seperate (separate)
  • seperated (separated)
  • seperately (separately)
  • seperates (separates)
  • seperating (separating)
  • seperation (separation)
  • seperatist (separatist)
  • seperatism (separatism)
  • sepina (subpoena)
  • sepulchure (sepulchre or sepulcher)
  • sepulcre (sepulchre or sepulcher)
  • severeal (several)
  • severley (severely)
  • shaddow (shadow)
  • shamen (shamans)
  • sheat ("sheath" or "sheet" or "cheat")
  • sherif (sheriff)
  • shineing (shining)
  • shoudl (should)
  • shoudln (should, shouldn't)
  • shouldnt (shouldn't)
  • sicne (since)
  • sideral (sidereal)
  • sieze (seize, size)
  • siezed (seized, sized)
  • siezing (seizing, sizing)
  • siezure (seizure)
  • siezures (seizures)
  • signifantly (significantly)
  • significently (significantly)
  • signitories (signatories)
  • signitory (signatory)
  • similarily (similarly)
  • similiar (similar)
  • similiarity (similarity)
  • simmilar (similar)
  • simpley (simply)
  • simplier (simpler)
  • simultanous (simultaneous)
  • sincerley (sincerely)
  • singsog (singsong)
  • sinse (sines, since)
  • Sionist (Zionist)
  • Sionists (Zionists)
  • Sixtin (Sistine)
  • Skagerak (Skagerrak)
  • smae (same)
  • smoe (some)
  • Sneasal (Sneasel)
  • Sneasle (Sneasel)
  • Sneezle (Sneasel)
  • snese (sneeze)
  • soem (some)
  • sofware (software)
  • sohw (show)
  • solatary (solitary)
  • soliders (soldiers)
  • soliliquy (soliloquy)
  • sophicated (sophisticated)
  • sophmore (sophomore)
  • sotry (story)
  • sotyr (satyr, story)
  • soudn
  • soudns (sounds)
  • sould (could, should, sold)
  • soulds
  • sourth (south)
  • sourthern (southern)
  • souvenier (souvenir)
  • souveniers (souvenirs)
  • soverign (sovereign)
  • soverignity (sovereignty)
  • sovereignity (sovereignty)
  • spainish (Spanish)
  • speach (speech - unless Bernadette Speach)
  • specif (specific, specify)
  • speciallized (specialised, specialized)
  • speciman (specimen)
  • spectauclar (spectacular)
  • spects (aspects, expects)
  • spermatozoan (spermatozoon (sing.), spermatozoa (plur.))
  • sponser (sponsor)
  • spontanous (spontaneous)
  • sponzored (sponsored)
  • spreaded (spread)
sq km (km²)
  • stange (strange)
  • startegic (strategic)
  • startegy (strategy)
  • statment (statement)
  • stilus (stylus)
  • stingent (stringent)
  • stoyr (story)
  • stopry
  • storeis (stories)
  • storise (stories)
strnad (strand - unless the first name is Janez)
  • stpo (stop)
strat (start, strata - a Fender Stratocaster guitar is often called "strat")
  • startegies (strategies)
  • stradegies (strategies)
  • stradegy (strategy)
  • strenghen (strengthen)
  • strenghened (strengthened)
  • strenghening (strengthening)
  • strenght (strength)
  • strenghten (strengthen)
  • strenghtened (strengthened)
  • strenghtening (strengthening)
  • stornegst (strongest)
  • strenous (strenuous)
  • strictist (strictest)
  • stroy (story, destroy)
  • stubborness (stubbornness)
  • stucture (structure)
  • stuctured (structured)
  • studdy (study)
  • studing (studying)
  • subcatagory (subcategory)
  • subcatagories (subcategories)
  • subsidary (subsidiary)
  • subsiduary (subsidiary)
  • substatial (substantial)
  • substace (substance)
  • substract (subtract)
  • substracted (subtracted)
  • substracts (subtracts)
  • substracting (subtracting)
  • substraction (subtraction)
  • subterranian (subterranean)
  • subtheme (sub-theme)
  • subthemes (sub-themes)
  • succesful (successful)
  • succesfuly (successfully)
  • succesfully (successfully)
  • succesion (succession)
  • succesive (successive)
  • successfull (successful)
  • suceed (succeed)
  • suceeded (succeeded)
  • suceeding (succeeding
  • suceeds (succeeds)
  • sucesful (successful)
  • sucesfully (successfully)
  • sucesfuly (successfully)
  • sucesion (succession)
  • sucess (success)
  • sucesses (successes)
  • sucessfull (successful)
  • sucessfully (successfully)
  • sucessfuly (successfully)
  • sucession (succession)
  • sucessive (successive)
  • sufferage (suffrage)
  • sufficent (sufficient)
  • sufficently (sufficiently)
  • sumary (summary)
  • suop (soup)
  • superintendant (superintendent)
  • suphisticated (sophisticated)
  • supose (suppose)
  • suposed (supposed)
  • suposedly (supposedly)
  • suposes (supposes)
  • suposing (supposing)
  • supress (suppress)
  • supressed (suppressed)
  • supresses (suppresses)
  • supressing (suppressing)
  • suprise (surprise)
  • suprised (surprised)
  • suprising (surprising)
  • suprisingly (surprisingly)
  • suprize (surprise)
  • suprized (surprised)
  • suprizing (surprising)
  • suprizingly (surprisingly)
  • surley (surly, surely)
  • suround (surround)
  • surounded (surrounded)
  • surounding (surrounding)
  • suroundings (surroundings)
  • surounds (surrounds)
  • surplanted (supplanted)
  • surpress (suppress)
  • surpressed (suppressed)
  • surprize (surprise)
  • surprized (surprised)
  • surprizing (surprising)
  • surprizingly (surprisingly)
  • surrended (surrounded, surrendered)
  • surrepetitious (surreptitious)
  • surrepetitiously (surreptitiously)
  • surreptious (surreptitious)
  • surreptiously (surreptitiously)
  • surrundering (surrendering)
  • surveill (surveil)
  • surveyer (surveyor)
  • surviver (survivor)
  • survivers (survivors)
  • suseptible (susceptible)
  • swaer (swear)
  • swaers (swears)
  • swiming (swimming)
  • syas (says)
  • symetry (symmetry)
  • symetrical (symmetrical)
  • symetrically (symmetrically)
  • symmetral (symmetric)
  • symmetricaly (symmetrically)
  • synonomous (synonymous)
  • syphyllis (syphilis)
  • syrap (syrup)

T

  • tahn (than)
  • taht (that)
  • Tailow (Taillow)
  • tath (that)
  • talekd (talked)
  • targetted (targeted)
  • targetting (targeting)
  • tast (taste)
  • tattooes (tattoos)
  • taxanomic (taxonomic)
  • taxanomy (taxonomy)
  • teached (taught)
  • techician (technician)
  • techicians (technicians)
  • teh (the)
  • tehy (they)
  • temparate (temperate)
  • temperment (temperament)
  • temperture (temperature)
  • tenacle (tentacle)
  • tenacles (tentacles)
  • tendancy (tendency)
  • tendancies (tendencies)
  • tennisplayer (tennis player)
  • terrestial (terrestrial)
  • terriories (territories)
  • terriory (territory)
  • territorist (terrorist)
  • thgat (that)
  • tghe (the)
  • thast (that or that's)
  • theather (theater or theatre)
  • theese (these)
  • theif (thief)
  • theives (thieves)
  • themselfs (themselves)
  • theologist ((variant of) theologian)
  • ther (there, their, the)
  • theri (their)
  • thge (the)
  • thier (their)
  • thign (thing)
  • thigns (things)
  • thigsn (things)
  • thikn (think)
  • thikns (thinks)
  • thikning (thinking, thickening)
  • thiunk (think)
  • thna (than)
  • thne (then)
  • thnig (thing)
  • thnigs (things)
  • threee (three)
  • threshhold (threshold)
  • thrid (third)
  • throughly (thoroughly)
  • throught (thought, through, throughout)
  • thru (through)
  • thsi (this)
  • thsoe (those)
  • thta (that)
  • thyat (that)
  • tiem (time, Tim)
  • tihkn (think)
  • tihs (this)
  • timne (time)
  • tiome (time, tome)
  • tje (the)
  • tjhe (the)
  • tkae (take)
  • tkaes (takes)
  • tkaing (taking)
  • tlaking (talking)
  • tobbaco (tobacco)
  • todays (today's)
  • todya (today)
  • tolerence (tolerance)
  • tomatos (tomatoes)
  • tommorrow (tomorrow)
  • tommorow (tomorrow)
  • tongiht (tonight)
  • toriodal (toroidal)
  • torpedos (torpedoes)
  • tourch (torch, touch)
  • towrad (toward)
  • traditionaly (traditionally)
  • trafficed (trafficked)
  • trafic (traffic)
  • trancendent (transcendent)
  • trancending (transcending)
  • tranform (transform)
  • tranformed (transformed)
  • transcendance (transcendence)
  • transcendant (transcendent)
  • transcendentational (transcendental)
  • transcripting (transcribing, transcription)
  • transending (transcending)
  • transfered (transferred)
  • transfering (transferring)
  • translater (translator)
  • translaters (translators)
  • transmissable (transmissible)
  • travelling (traveling)
  • tremelo (tremolo)
  • tremelos (tremolos)
  • triology (trilogy)
  • troups ("troupes" or "troops")
  • truely (truly)
  • turnk (turnkey, trunk)
  • twon (town)
  • tyhat (that)
  • tyhe (they)
  • tyranies (tyrannies)
  • tyrany (tyranny)
  • tyrranies (tyrannies)
  • tyrrany (tyranny)

U

  • ubiquitious (ubiquitous)
  • uise (use)
  • Ukranian (Ukrainian)
  • uncertainity (uncertainty)
  • unconcious (unconscious)
  • unconciousness (unconsciousness)
  • unconvential (unconventional)
  • unecessary (unnecessary)
  • undecideable (undecidable)
  • unforetunately (unfortunately)
  • unforgiveable (unforgivable)
  • unfortunatly (unfortunately)
  • unilatreal (unilateral)
  • unilatreally (unilaterally)
  • univeristies (universities)
  • univeristy (university)
  • univesities (universities)
  • univesity (university)
  • unmanouverable (unmaneuverable, unmanoeuvrable)
  • unmistakeably (unmistakably)
  • unneccesary (unnecessary)
  • unneccesarily (unnecessarily)
  • unneccessary (unnecessary)
  • unneccessarily (unnecessarily)
  • unnecesary (unnecessary)
  • unnecesarily (unnecessarily)
  • unoticeable (unnoticeable)
  • unplesant (unpleasant)
  • unrepentent (unrepentant)
  • unsed (used, unused, unsaid)
  • unsubstanciated (unsubstantiated)
  • unsuccessfull (unsuccessful)
  • unsucesful (unsuccessful)
  • unsucesfuly (unsuccessfully)
  • unsucessfull (unsuccessful)
  • unsucessfully (unsuccessfully)
  • unsuprised (unsurprised)
  • unsuprising (unsurprising)
  • unsuprisingly (unsurprisingly)
  • unsuprized (unsurprised)
  • unsuprizing (unsurprising)
  • unsuprizingly (unsurprisingly)
  • unsurprized (unsurprised)
  • unsurprizing (unsurprising)
  • unsurprizingly (unsurprisingly)
  • untill (until)
  • untranslateable (untranslatable)
  • unuseable (unusable)
  • unweildly (unwieldy)
  • unwieldly (unwieldy)
  • usally (usually)
useable (usable; although useable is still valid)
  • useage (usage, use)
  • usefull (useful)
  • usefuly (usefully)
  • useing (using)
  • usualy (usually)

V

  • vaccum (vacuum)
  • vaccume (vacuum)
  • vacinity (vicinity)
  • Valetta (Valletta (in Malta))
  • valuble (valuable)
  • valueable (valuable)
  • varient (variant)
  • varities (varieties)
  • varity (variety)
  • vasall (vassal)
  • vasalls (vassals)
  • vegtable (vegetable)
  • vegatarian (vegetarian)
  • vegitable (vegetable)
  • vegitables (vegetables)
  • venemous (venomous)
  • vengance (vengeance)
  • vengence (vengeance)
  • verfication (verification)
  • Vermillion City (Vermilion City)
  • vetween (between)
  • veyr (very)
  • vigeur (vigueur, vigour, vigor)
  • vigilence (vigilance)
  • vigourous (vigorous)
  • villian (villain)
  • villify (vilify)
  • villin (villi, villain, villein)
  • visable (visible)
  • visably (visibly)
  • visting (visiting)
  • volcanoe (volcano)
  • volontary (voluntary)
  • volonteer (volunteer)
  • volonteers (volunteers)
  • volonteered (volunteered)
  • volonteering (volunteering)
  • volounteer (volunteer)
  • volounteers (volunteers)
  • volounteered (volunteered)
  • volounteering (volunteering)
  • vrey (very)
  • vyer (very)
  • vyre (very)

W

  • waht (what)
  • warrent (warrant)
  • wasnt (wasn't)
  • wass (was)
  • watn (want)
  • weaponary (weaponry)
  • wehn (when)
  • weild ("wield" or "wild")
  • weilded (wielded)
  • wendsay (Wednesday)
  • wensday (Wednesday)
  • wether (weather, whether)
  • whcih (which)
  • whereever (wherever)
  • whic (which)
  • whihc (which)
  • wholy ("wholly" or "holy")
  • whta (what)
  • wich (which, witch)
  • wief (wife)
  • wierd (weird)
  • wiht (with)
  • wirting (writing)
  • withdrawl (withdrawal, withdraw)
  • withing (within)
  • wiull (will)
wont (wont or won't)
  • wnat (want)
  • wnats (wants)
  • wnated (wanted)
  • wohle (whole)
  • wokr (work)
  • wokring (working)
  • womens (women's)
  • worstened (worsened)
  • woudl (would)
  • wriet (write)
  • writen (written)
  • wrok (work)
  • wroking (working)
  • wroet (wrote)
ws (was)
  • wtih (with)
  • witht (with)
  • wupport
  • Wurtemburg (Württemberg)
  • Wurttemburg (Württemberg)

X

Y

  • yatch (yacht)
  • yeild (yield)
  • ytou (you)
  • yera (year)
  • yeras (years)
  • yersa (years)
  • yeasr (years)
  • Yementite (Yemenite, Yemeni)

Z

Other

In addition to these words, many words which are spelled correctly are confused with another word which sounds the same or is spelled similarly. For example:

  • here (location) and hear (action)
  • it's (it is) and its (to show ownership)
  • then (timeline) and than (comparison)
  • there (location), their (ownership), and they're (they are)
  • to (timeline, action?), two (number), and too (also)
  • were (past), where (location, question), and we're (we are)
  • your (ownership) and you're (you are)

Repeated words

It is easy to to accidentally type a word twice and not notice it, particularly if the word is a short "invisible" one. Common such typos include:

  • the the
  • and and
  • is is
  • of of
  • to to

Watch out for "had had" which can often be correct ("They had had a fine meal"), and places where a word appears twice separated by a punctuation mark. "That that" ("I think that that is interesting") can also be correct.

References

  • Some Pokémon misspellings were referenced from the Cave of Dragonflies. [1]