Definition of misspelling
: an incorrect spelling
Recent Examples of misspelling from the Web
The feed, which boasts about 145,000 followers, is essentially comprised of a mix of retweets of Trump's own English proclamations, along with short Spanish-language snippets, some riddled with misspellings and grammatical mistakes.
The misspelling has been covered up with tape for the time being.
The documents introduced by Astorino had endorsement lines with strange spacings and misspellings.
According to ProPublica's database, however, all were quickly replaced, apparently to correct misspellings and add links.
Such is his mystique in the world of finance, however, that one of his followers assumed that the misspellings and deletions were part of a premeditated scheme to exploit Twitter’s visibility algorithms.
Torix, which is most likely a misspelling for the drug Turox, is another pain drug that helps with swelling.
Early Wednesday, Twitter night owls wondered what explained the lack of a follow up tweet until six hours later, when the typo-tweet was deleted and replaced by one making light of his misspelling.
Some of the deletions have been to correct misspellings or remove words, while others have been to add more context.
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