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See How Many Commonly Misspelled Words You Can Get Right

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198 Comments
Darlene Davidson
15/17. Supersede or supercede? Both are correct.
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Sep 27, 2021 6:42PM
Johnny Rock
Instantaneity is a useless word. Who would want to have the quality of being instant orimmediate? Only somebody's slave. Got them all. 17/17 Thanks to my friend and girl-pal in school for letting me look over her shoulder for the correct way to spell words. Thanks Nancy.
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Sep 8, 2021 12:55PM
Wendy Clark
Supercede is also correct, depends where you live.
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Aug 19, 2021 6:58PM
Richard D. Boyle
16/17. Tough spelling quiz.
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Aug 7, 2021 10:22PM
stevemanning
Some difficult words with answers provided.
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Jul 18, 2021 7:07PM
Raymond Cardona
Amazing result and thanks for the answers Bonnie
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Jul 18, 2021 3:23PM
wyodinosaur
Great that the answers were shown. Thanks.
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Jul 18, 2021 3:04PM
ayana
12/17 errors made.
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Jul 18, 2021 12:23PM
Madi Marven
12/17 not too clever1!
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Jul 6, 2021 7:39AM
skclary
13/17 and mad that I did 2nd guessing again. Woe is me!
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Jul 3, 2021 5:43PM
earlepg
14/17 I would prefer supercede take precedance.
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Jun 25, 2021 6:14AM
Dominic Willott
brianknows, There are two Latin roots: "super" = above or over, and "Sedere" = to sit. Supersede basically means to sit on top of or to take the place of something. The Latin word "cedere" means to yield (cede in modern English). When A supersedes B, it means that A has taken over from or replaced B. It is not A that has ceded, but B.
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Jun 21, 2021 12:01AM
Vaughn Tolle
A bit more difficult. Suggest that only right or wrong be shown.
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Jun 9, 2021 5:58PM
Marian Spitzig
Thanks for the correct answers
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Apr 23, 2021 1:11PM
vudu
"Nailed It!" Good quiz!
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Apr 23, 2021 1:30AM

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