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The Hardest Words To Spell Just Got A Whole Lot EasierTexts to mom. Emails to your boss. Resumes. Cover letters. Job applications. Orthography is everywhere, and, even if you're a master speller, most folks have that one word that has proven to be their spelling kryptonite. Now for a little good news. There's a secret to skirting those spelling speed bumps without revealing your fatal flaw: substitute a synonym.
Word Trends: Hobgoblin, Unsullied, SchlimazelSome words, such as affect, metaphor, and irony, hold relatively steady in lookups at Dictionary.com regardless of what’s happening in pop culture, politics, or social media. Other words shift wildly in rank and volume, often as a ripple effect of a news item or event that has piqued people’s curiosity—we call those trending words. Here are few notable trending words from the week of April 9–15. Thursday, April …
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