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The top 100 misspelled words
As we all know, it's very easy to misspell everyday words, and to get stuck in the habit of misspelling them. This is only compounded when the misspellings are so common that we're faced with them in the writing of others around us.

Here is a list we have compiled of the 100 most commonly misspelled words in the English language. We hope you find it useful.
acceptable
accidentally
accommodate
acquire
acquit
a lot
amateur
apparent
argument
atheist
believe
calendar
category
cemetery
changeable
collectible
committed
conscience
conscientious
conscious
definite(ly)
disappear
discipline
drunkenness
embarrass
equipment
exhilarate
exceed
existence
experience
fiery
foreign
fourth
gauge
generally
grammar
grateful
guarantee
harass
height
hierarchy
ignorance
immediate
independent
indispensable
intelligence
its / it's
judgement
knowledge
leisure
library
lightning
maintenance
manoeuvre
memento
millennium
miniature
mischievous
noticeable
occasion
occasionally
occur / occurred
occurrence
official
parallel
parliament
pastime
pigeon
possession
preferable
principal / principle
privilege
questionnaire
receive
recommend
referred
reference
relevant
religious
restaurant
ridiculous
rhythm
sandal
schedule
scissors
sensible
separate
special
success
to / too / two
tomorrow
their / they're / there
twelfth
tyranny
until
vacuum
vicious
weather
weird
you're / your
 


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