Did you maybe mean proofread?
- v. alternative spelling of proofread.
“Since he hadn't gone through a publisher, it was up to him to edit/proof-read the book.”
“It sounds like Dance has been in a proof-read/edit phase for a while now.”
“Time to have the staff proof-read your work a little closer.”
“I will seriously proof-read comics for free, if theyâ€ ™ re that hard-up for editorsâ€ ¦”
“With pointed understatement, Corsi dryly adds that "whoever proof-read the stamp or examined the document for accuracy at the Hawaii Department of Health before releasing it to the White House either was negligent or had a unique sense of humor.”
“You will also need time, self-discipline and some writing ability to review and comment upon what others are writing about your niche subject area, and to research, write, proof-read and publish your own regular posts.”
“Umm. Shouldn't 1 of those younger, smarter wives proof-read this?”
“However, sadly I am not that creative, but rather, am completely in too much of hurry and trying to work as well to be able to proof-read my own posts. jmo says:”
“My printer-uncle used to claim the only way to proof-read was to have the pages upside down.”
“(Though I might proof-read it on a netbook when travelling.)”
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