Scarmask's Spelling Test

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Word (misspelt)Correct SpellingDefinition
occuranceAn incident or event.
aquireobtain, achieve, or learn to develop.
knowlegeFacts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education.
forth (4th)Constituting number 4 in a sequence.
commitedCarry out or perpetrate. Pledge or bind.
cemetaryA graveyard
genrallyUsually.
amatuerInept or unskillful. A person who engages in a pursuit (esp. a sport) on an unpaid basis.
sissorsAn instrument used for cutting cloth, paper, and other thin materials.
catagorya class or division of people or things regarded as having particular shared characteristics.
intelliganceThe ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills.
independantFree from outside control. Self-governing.
questionnairA set of printed or written questions with a choice of answers.
tyranyCruel and oppressive government or rule.
noticableClear or apparent.
Word (misspelt)Correct SpellingDefinition
momentoAn object kept as a reminder or souvenir of a person or event.
experianceEncounter or undergo.
parlimentThe highest legislature.
disiplineTrain to obey rules or a code of behaviour using punishment to correct disobedience..
liesureFree time. esp. Use of free time for enjoyment.
consiousAware of. Awake.
untillUp to (the point in time or the event mentioned).
acceptibleAdequate or satisfactory.
tommorrowThe day after today.
wierdSuggesting something supernatural; uncanny.
equiptmentThe necessary items for a particular purpose.
vaccuumA space entirely devoid of matter.
posessionThe state of having, owning, or controlling something.
heirarchyA system in which groups are ranked one above the other according to status or authority.
recieveTo be given, presented with, or paid.

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