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Spell Check Mistakes
Subtly thy name is not spellcheck
Funny Spell Check Errors
And, no, I did not get this from a Word of the Day calendar. (i got it from Stumble Upon!)
Okay, I admit it! I am a cynophilist! (funny, when you use spell check on this word, meaning "lover of dogs, you get "philistinism"...?) Using spell check can bring some rather hilarious outcomes, and if you don't catch them you can end up with a rather serious problem in your post, article of email!
Here are some spell check errors for rather rarely used words; *note - if you have suggestions please leave them as comments.
cynophilist (lover of dogs) comes our as philistinism
aillerophile (lover of cats) comes out as thermophile...
susumus ((a whisper) comes out as museum
bezaleel (shadow of God) comes out as freezable
Chatoyant (resembling a cat's eye) comes out as Chatanooga
Vaticinate (prophecy, to foretell) comes out as Cincinnati
bouleversement (reversal of fortunes) comes out as overstatement
mithril (fictional) comes out as thrill
Lophepramene (a drug) comes out as gramophone
There are thousands of these mistakes that occur everyday. Lettuce know your favorite spell check errors! (leave as a comment)