- v. common misspelling of misspelt.
“Nonetheless, bin Laden was now on the radar of security services, albeit his name was often mispelt and his role described as "financier".”
“(Yes ‘MARK’ I spelt that wrong so even you could understand it and yes, I know what a bigot is befroe you come back with some mispelt answer!, see, I did it again so even you could understand!)”
“PS I meant in the first paragraph to type in J.Lee, obviously, but mispelt it.”
“And some of it is just plain wrong – mispelt, inaccurate, incorrect… And yet it would be easy enough to check.”
“And yet half the time I have to go and correct all the mispelt song titles.”
“August 19, 2008 at 6:19 am isnt there no such ting az mispelt wurds in lawlspeak……?”
“September 11, 2008 at 5:05 am sowy i mispelt yr name!”
“And furthermore, even after the targeted spelling quiz kindly provided in the comments, you still mispelt "you're" and that baffles me.”
“He was after all a classicist , im pissed so I dont care if I mispelt that.”
“Glyn, ou might want to delete this comment but just letting you know that your link to David Davies' blog is mispelt as Davis.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘mispelt’.
Words and phrases expressing a property which they also possess themselves: "noun" is a noun, "English" is English, etc. If W means W AND W is (a) W, then W is an autological item. Very often but n...
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