This one is a bit morbid. According to Google, dying is the most common “how to spell” search in Rhode Island (which is among the states with the highest premature death rate).
To spare you embarrassment, this word has two “r’s” and two “s’s.”
You don’t have to agonize over ecstasy — there’s one “c” and two “s’s,” not the other way round, and certainly no “x.”
There’s no need to get hot and bothered over this — there are two “h’s” in Fahrenheit.
A fiancé is a man who is engaged to be married, a fiancée is a woman who is engaged to be married. And both have an accent, reflecting their French origin.