Tag: frequently mixed up words

Allusion vs. Illusion
Allusion vs. Illusion

Though “allusion” and “illusion” aren’t quite homophones, they sound so similar that they’re extremely easy to mix up. Let Scribendi's editors explain the difference between "allusion" and "illusion."

Along/A long
Along/A long

Scribendi.com's editors explain the difference between along and a long.

Aloud/Allowed
Aloud/Allowed

Scribendi.com's editors explain the difference between aloud and allowed.

Altar/Alter
Altar/Alter

Scribendi.com's editors explain the difference between altar and alter.

Alternative/Alternate
Alternative/Alternate

In this article, we explain the difference between alternative and alternate.

Amoral/Immoral
Amoral/Immoral

Scribendi.com's editors explain the difference between amoral and immoral.

Angle/Angel
Angle/Angel

Scribendi.com's editors explain the difference between angle and angel.

Appose/Oppose
Appose/Oppose

Scribendi.com's editors explain the difference between appose and oppose.

Appraise/Apprise
Appraise/Apprise

Scribendi.com's editors explain the difference between appraise and apprise.

Arrant/Errant
Arrant/Errant

Scribendi.com's editors explain the difference between arrant and errant.

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