Special Report

50 of the Most Commonly Misspelled Words in English

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Accommodate

Accommodate is often misspelled with one “c” and/or one “m.” We won’t accommodate either.

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Apparently

Apparently apparently is sometimes misspelled as apparantly.

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Argument

This is often misspelled as arguement, but let’s not argue over that.

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Aural/Oral

These homonyms have related meanings: aural refers to the ear or hearing and oral to the mouth or speaking.

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Assassination

People sometimes take a shot at spelling assassination with only three “s’s” instead of four.