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misspell Line breaks: mis|spell
Pronunciation: /mɪsˈspɛl/

Definition of misspell in English:

verb (past and past participle misspelt or misspelled)

[with object]
Spell (a word) wrongly: siege’ had been misspelt as ‘seige’
More example sentences
  • Are there any words folks misspell or incorrect uses of words that simply drive you insane?
  • It irked me almost as much as people who misspell the word ‘irk’.
  • For that matter, how does misspelling every single word express pride in your culture?

Words that rhyme with misspell

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