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Confusing words – part 49
ADDITION / EDITION
In additionedition to his apartment in Manhattan, he has a villa in Italy and a castle in Scotland.
The regional additionseditions of the paper contain specific information for that area.
Most working environments are improved by the additionedition of a few plants and pictures.
This morning's additionedition of 'Women's Hour' is at the earlier time of a quarter to ten.
The test involves simple calculations, such as additionedition and subtraction.
The book, published in an additionedition of 6,000 copies on 19 December, sold out in a few days.
ALMOST / MOST
MostAlmost artists find it mostalmost impossible to make a living from art alone.
A car suddenly appeared from nowhere and mostalmost made me fall off my pony.
In this school, mostalmost of the children are from the Chinese community.
Tom attended mostalmost of the monthly fairs in Belmullet and mostalmost days had a few ponies for sale.
Her paintings are mostalmost photographic in their detail and accuracy.
BELL / BELLE
I stood at the front door and rang the bellbelle several times.
There was also a southern bellbelle there with what I presumed was her mother.
At the sound of the alarm bellbelle, the customers all ran wildly for the doors.
Look at Teri for example, beautiful in her prime but now, no longer a bellbelle.
BOUGHT / BROUGHT
I boughtbrought my camera from a friend of mine.
I boughtbrought him some sandwiches because I thought he might be hungry.
"Marvin's boughtbrought it!" screamed the sergeant.
The explosion boughtbrought the whole building crashing to the ground.
To tell you the truth, I boughtbrought into that as well - and boy were we wrong.
December boughtbrought some seasonable snow showers.
He boughtbrought about his company's collapse by his reckless spending.
These problems should have been boughtbrought to light much earlier.
BUT / BUTT
These are personal decisions and the government should butbutt out, plain and simple.
The room has been painted butbutt not in the colour that I asked for.
Sid threw her butbutt onto the ground and stomped it out.
The cleaning is done now, all butbutt the floors. They still have to be washed.
They became the butbutt of a lot of late-night talk show jokes.
They would have been badly injured butbutt for the fact that they were wearing seat belts.
CEDE / SEED
Hong Kong was to Britain after the Opium War.
Sow the about three centimetres deep.
From these early of their friendship, they grew into lifelong companions.
Wash, , and cut the pepper into small pieces.
If we extend it one more year, they'll have no choice but to lands to us in payment.
CLENCHED / CLINCHED
The old man his fist and waved it angrily at us.
I hear he finally the deal to buy the land he wanted.
With a knife between his teeth, he climbed up the tree to cut some coconuts.
When they said the job would involve travelling to Paris, that it for her.
CONFIDENTIALLY / CONFIDENTLY
Can you confidentlyconfidentially say it is safe for customers to use this right now to check their ranks?
All information supplied will be treated confidentlyconfidentially.
Carefully but confidentlyconfidentially, I step on the rocks that still emerge from the surf and climb back to the sandy beach.
ConfidentlyConfidentially, I am not sure that it wasn't above their heads.
COWARD / COWERED
The children cowardcowered in terror as the shoot-out erupted.
He despised himself for being such a cowardcowered.
She tried to be strong, to draw courage unto herself, but it failed her and she cowardcowered in fear.
They branded her a cowardcowered for informing on her colleagues during the interrogation.
DAY’S /DAYS / DAZE
She was wandering around in a this morning.
How did people communicate in the before email?
In a , he makes it back to the hotel, seemingly unaware of the previous events.
When you're a nurse, cleaning up vomit is all in a work.
I should just go home to bed, because I can tell it's going to be one of those .
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