Part of our duties here at Live 95.9 is to post relatable local content to our website and talk about it on-air. Although we write a lot, the same words it seems, get spell-checked!

WE'RE THANKFUL FOR GRAMMARLY, BRO.

Like, how many times can you misspell "definitely" before you finally get it?

So, I came up with a list of 25 words that I commonly misspell, you might, as well...

 

25 WORDS THAT WE OFTEN MISSPELL

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1. "DEFINITELY", not DEFIANTLY or DEFINETLY...

2. "ANONYMOUS", not ANONOMOUS...

3. "BEGINNING", not BEGINING...

4. "COMMITTEE", not COMMITEE

5. "IRRESISTIBLE", not IRRESISTABLE...

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6. "PUBLICLY", not PUBLICALLY...

7. "CEMETERY", not CEMETARY...

8. "SEPARATE", not SEPERATE...

9. "GRAMMAR", not GRAMMER...

10. "HARASSMENT", not HARRASSMENT...

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11. "IMMEDIATELY", not IMMEDIATLY...

12. "CALENDAR", not CALENDER...

13. "LICENSE", not LICSENSE...

14. "NECESSARY", not NECESSERY...

15. "PRIVILEGE", not PRIVILAGE...

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16. "RELEVANT", not RELIVANT...

17. "ACKNOWLEDGMENT", not ACKNOWLEDGEMENT...

18. "ESPRESSO", not EXPRESSO...

19. "GOVERNMENT", not GOVERMENT...

20. "ACCOMMODATE", not ACCOMODATE...

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