But once in a while among the misspelt, poorly written scrawls, there would be a throbbing story of life.
This great man was always unlucky; after his death even his name was misspelt.
I believe I have misspelt the word, and ought to have written Alum; that aside, tis a humorous pun!
As is often the case, the message was misspelt, and barely decipherable, and one part of it puzzled Tomlinson a good deal.
If mathematicians had had more Greek, perhaps the misspelt form ‘hypothenuse’ would not have survived so long.
But for the Colonel's suspicions I should not have given another thought to that misspelt scrawl.
We have also spright, impregnable, and other misspelt words, for which it is difficult to assign a reason.
The misspelt name had been the subject of many a laugh between them.
Kenmure is misspelt "Kenmuir" in the edition of 1825, but corrected in the next.
How could she forget it so as not to be reminded of it by a misspelt version?