The word spot
can also become
anybody wanna play?
okay, eels is a transposition of the letters in "else".
Also "lees", if that's a valid word. Do ya know if it is?
(I was meaning also other words that can come from staple
leptas-plural 2. a former monetary unit of modern Greece, equal to a drachma...
Brenda, in your very first POST for "SPOT"... you forgot "POST"
by Denise Handlon 7 years ago
Do teachers still teach students how to use a dictionary or is this becoming obsolete?I use a dictionary (book) when I write, which I keep at my side. I've heard from a few people that NO ONE uses dictionaries anymore. (obviously they are wrong b/c there is at least still one,...
by Mohan Kumar 7 years ago
When was the last time you learnt a new word and what was it?It is said that despite having a steep increase in vocabulary as a child and a young adult, we start losing the ability to learn new words as we just skip past them. Do you keep your vocabulary fresh by learning new words - what was your...
by Joween Flores 5 years ago
Hey Hubbers! Let's start a game! Name a word that start with the letter Q but not followed by the letter U. Names of Places, non-english words are accepted. 5 words max per person! I'll start!- Qatar- qi- qoph- Qaeda (as for Al-Qaeda)Let the game begin!
by Lisa 7 years ago
How dependent are you on Spell Check?Seeing made up words and misspellings all over HubPages made me wonder how dependent most people are on spell check. I do just fine checking my own work and using a dictionary (although I know I'm not perfect). I also know there are those who type their work...
by Susan Britton 7 years ago
Do you still look up words in your dictionary or do you depend on spell checker to do the job?Have you ever typed a word and thought it doesn't look right only to look it up in your dictionary to find out you were correct?
by Katherine Tyrrell 5 years ago
HubPages hubs do not recognise the fact that there are a lot of words and names in common use which stem from other languages and, as such, have accented letters.Instead of reverting the accented letter to the same letter without the accent, the HubPages 'way' seems to be to remove the offending...
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