The Elements of Style

VI. Words Often Misspelled

accidentally

formerly

privilege

advice

humorous

pursue

affect

hypocrisy

repetition

beginning

immediately

rhyme

believe

incidentally

rhythm

benefit

latter

ridiculous

challenge

led

sacrilegious

criticize

lose

seize

deceive

marriage

separate

definite

mischief

shepherd

describe

murmur

siege

despise

necessary

similar

develop

occurred

simile

disappoint

parallel

too

duel

Philip

tragedy

ecstasy

playwright

tries

effect

preceding

undoubtedly

existence

prejudice

until

fiery

principal

Write to-day, to-night, to-morrow (but not together) with hyphen.

Write any one, every one, some one, some time (except the sense of formerly) as two words.

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