Confused Words, Meanings and Example Sentences

English Most Common Confused Words, Meanings and Example Sentences

English Most Common Confused Words, Meanings and Example Sentences English Most Common Confused Words, Meanings and Example Sentences



Bizarre: strange

Example; The weather has been really bizarre today.

Bazaar: a market in the Middle East

Example; Our university is having its springtime bazaar.

 

Counsel: advice or to advise

Example; This is a counsel of despair.

Council: group that manages or advises

Example; I’m running for city council.

 

Dual: having two parts

Example; He has a dual personality.

Duel: contest between two participants

Example; My uncle son had been killed in a duel.

 

Serial: happening in a series

Example; This man is a serial killer.

Cereal: breakfast food or edible grain

Example; Samuel is eating cereal.



 

illicit: not allowed by law or against rules

Elicit: draw out a reply or reaction

 

Loathe: to hate someone or something

Loath: reluctant or unwilling

 

Infer: draw a conclusion from

Imply: indirectly suggest something

 

Dessert: sweet cource of meal

Desert: waterless, emtyp area

 

Lose: be deprived of or fail to win

Loose: set free or unfasten

 

Current: happening now

Currant: dried grape

 

Frieze: decoration along a Wall

Freeze: turn into ice

 

Climatic: relating to climate

Climactic: creating a climax

 

Queue: row of people or vehicles

Cue: signal to act

 

Diffuse: spread over wide area

Defuse: make a situation less tense

 

Envelope: paper container for a letter

Envelop: cover or surround something

 

Canvass: seek someone’s vote

Canvas: strong type of cloth

 

Exorcise: drive out an evil spirit

Exercise: physical activiy

 

Immoral: not following moral standards

Amoral: unconcerned with right or wrong

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