- n. Plural form of misspelling.
“And other than to distinguish itself from the 1978 film that Tarantino is "borrowing" from, what's the deal with the title misspellings anyway?”
“Yet the papers contain misspellings, handwritten corrections and dates that don't match various resumes he has also prepared.”
“But he also said the name misspellings won't prevent any voter, whether newly registered or not, from voting.”
“She may well mean that she won’t shop at places whose advertisements contain misspellings of actual words (i.e., that she wouldn’t shop at a supermarket that advertises “appels” or “cukecumbers”), but that she’s fine with stores whose names themselves are irregular.”
“I am choosing to believe that the misspellings are a joke for the new grad.”
“I don't usually post name misspellings, because - let's face it - names are kind of a crap shoot.”
“The move was prompted by brand confusion and frequent company-name misspellings, among other reasons, Jones said.”
“Some of those so-called misspellings were intentional.”
“A White House report this month outlined a series of missteps, including name misspellings, ignored warnings and oversights.”
“A White House report this month outlined aseries of missteps, including name misspellings, ignored warnings and human oversights.”
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