The yellow property Marvin Gardens is actually a misspelling of the Marven Gardens.
Except for those changes noted below, misspelling by the authors, inconsistent or archaic usage, has been retained.
He failed with the public until he took up the trick of misspelling his words.
Except for those changes noted below, misspelling in the diary quotations, and inconsistent or archaic usage, have been retained.
The teacher's ear was so trained and acute that he at once detected any misspelling.
The writer must remember that the day is definitely past when it was possible to produce effects simply by misspelling.
Lastly, there remains the ingenious solution that the phrase as commonly employed involves a misspelling.
Vindolandesses, which is merely a phonetic spelling or misspelling of Vindolandenses, gives the correct name of the fort.
In a written sentence, a misspelling or a typographical error is almost automatically corrected.
But there was no misspelling of words, and there were no rudely drawn daggers, or bloody hands or anything of that sort.