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Adverse or Averse?

[0775559] Although adverse and averse share a common origin, their meanings are quite different.
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Allude or Elude?

[0586987] Allude and elude have a similar pronunciation, but they do not have the same meaning.
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Affect or Effect?

[0606814] Confusing affect and effect is a very common mistake English speakers often make.
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Appraise or Apprise?

[093531] It does make a difference whether you apprise or appraise someone.
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Bare or Bear?

[0426600] One’s a wild animal, and the other’s a verb and adjective. But there’s yet more to this commonly confused word couple.
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Bring or Take?

[0786192] Bring and take often get confused but there’s an essential difference between the two words.
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Breach or Breech?

[0660714] Breach and breech are homophones—although they’re pronounced the same way, they have very different meanings.
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Censor or Censure?

[0691020] Censure and censure are easily confused.
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Cite, Site or Sight?

[0893840] Although cite, site, and sight are pronounced the same, they have different meanings and spellings.
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Coarse or Course?

[0188708] Coarse and course sound the same but have different meanings.
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Climactic or Climatic?

[0929624] Climactic and climatic might look very similar, but their meanings are vastly different.
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Complement or Compliment?

[0636741] Not sure whether to pay someone a complement or pay them a compliment?
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Connote or Denote?

[0159960] Connote and denote are broadly similar words, but are used in quite different ways.
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Discreet or Discrete?

[0109083] Discrete and discreet have very different uses in modern English.
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Defuse or Diffuse?

[0240816] Defuse and diffuse sound similar but have different meanings.
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Elicit or Illicit?

[0558515] Elicit or illicit? These words sound very similar but have quite different uses.
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Flair or Flare?

[0855124] Do you have a flair for English or a flare for English?
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Grisly or Grizzly?

[0414507] Grisly and grizzly sound similar and are often confused—but one is kinda adorable and the other really isn’t.
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Flaunt or Flout?

[0998051] Flaunt your knowledge and don’t flout the rules.
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Hoard or Horde?

[0258487] Hoard and horde sound the same, and one is often confused with the other—but they have distinct meanings and uses that you’ll treasure once you know.
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Loose or Lose?

[0572963] Loose and lose are two completely distinct words, with different meanings and pronunciations.
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Principal or Principle?

[029331] Principal and principle sound the same but do not have the same meaning.
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Pore or Pour?

[0652606] I poured over a book or I pored over a book? Pour and pore sound very similar, but they have different meanings.
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Revision & Extension

[0491717] Spellcheckers can miss mistakes where words have been mixed up because they look and sound alike.
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