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Write It Right. A Little Blacklist of Literary Faults

Write It Right. A Little Blacklist of Literary Faults
Название: Write It Right. A Little Blacklist of Literary Faults
Автор:Bierce Ambrose
Оценка: 5.0 из 5, проголосовало читателей - 106
Жанр: лингвистика
Описание:The Project Gutenberg EBook of Write It Right, by Ambrose Bierce
Издание:1909 г.
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  1. Aims and the Plan
  2. The Blacklist
  3. A for An
  4. Action for Act
  5. Admission for Admittance
  6. Admit for Confess
  7. Adopt
  8. Advisedly for Advertently, Intentionally
  9. Afford
  10. Afraid
  11. Afterwards for Afterward
  12. Aggravate for Irritate
  13. All of
  14. Alleged
  15. Allow for Permit
  16. Allude to for Mention
  17. And so, And yet
  18. And which, And who
  19. Antecedents for Personal History
  20. Anticipate for Expect
  21. Anxious for Eager
  22. Appreciate for Highly Value
  23. Approach
  24. Appropriated for Took
  25. Approve of for Approve
  26. Apt for Likely
  27. Around for About
  28. Article
  29. As for That, or If
  30. As – as for So – as
  31. As for for As to
  32. At Auction for by Auction
  33. At for By
  34. Attain for Accomplish
  35. Authoress
  36. Avocation for Vocation
  37. Avoid for Avert
  38. Avoirdupois for Weight
  39. Back of for Behind, At the Back of
  40. Backwards for Backward
  41. Badly for Bad
  42. Balance for Remainder
  43. Banquet
  44. Bar for Bend
  45. Because for For
  46. Bet for Betted
  47. Body for Trunk
  48. Bogus for Counterfeit, or False
  49. Both
  50. Both alike
  51. Brainy
  52. Bug for Beetle, or for anything
  53. Business for Right
  54. Build for Make
  55. But
  56. But what
  57. By for Of
  58. Calculated for Likely
  59. Can for May
  60. Candidate for Aspirant
  61. Cannot for Can
  62. Capable
  63. Capacity for Ability
  64. Casket for Coffin
  65. Casualties for Losses in Battle
  66. Chance for Opportunity
  67. Chin Whiskers
  68. Chivalrous
  69. Citizen for Civilian
  70. Claim for Affirm
  71. Clever for Obliging
  72. Climb down
  73. Coat for Coating
  74. Collateral Descendant
  75. Colonel, Judge, Governor, etc ., for Mister
  76. Combine for Combination
  77. Commence for Begin
  78. Commencement for Termination
  79. Commit Suicide
  80. Compare with for Compare to
  81. Complected
  82. Conclude for Decide
  83. Connection
  84. Conscious for Aware
  85. Consent for Assent
  86. Conservative for Moderate
  87. Continually and Continuously
  88. Convoy for Escort
  89. Couple for Two
  90. Created for First Performed
  91. Critically for Seriously
  92. Criticise for Condemn, or Disparage
  93. Cunning for Amusing
  94. Curious for Odd, or Singular
  95. Custom for Habit
  96. Decease for Die
  97. Decidedly for Very, or Certainly
  98. Declared for Said
  99. Defalcation for Default
  100. Definitely for Definitively
  101. Deliver
  102. Demean for Debase or Degrade
  103. Demise for Death
  104. Democracy for Democratic Party
  105. Depot for Station
  106. Deprivation for Privation
  107. Dilapidated for Ruined
  108. Directly for Immediately
  109. Dirt for Earth, Soil, or Gravel
  110. Distinctly for Distinctively
  111. Donate for Give
  112. Doubtlessly
  113. Dress for Gown
  114. Each Other for One Another
  115. Edify for Please, or Entertain
  116. Electrocution
  117. Empty for Vacant
  118. Employe
  119. Endorse for Approve
  120. Endways
  121. Entitled for Authorized, Privileged
  122. Episode for Occurrence, Event, etc
  123. Equally as for Equally
  124. Equivalent for Equal
  125. Essential for Necessary
  126. Even for Exact
  127. Every for Entire, Full
  128. Every for Ever
  129. Ex
  130. Example for Problem
  131. Excessively for Exceedingly
  132. Executed
  133. Executive for Secret
  134. Expect for Believe, or Suppose
  135. Expectorate for Spit
  136. Experience for Suffer, or Undergo
  137. Extend for Proffer
  138. Fail
  139. Favor for Resemble
  140. Feel of for Feel
  141. Feminine for Female
  142. Fetch for Bring
  143. Finances for Wealth, or Pecuniary Resources
  144. Financial for Pecuniary
  145. Firstly
  146. Fix
  147. Forebears for Ancestors
  148. Forecasted
  149. Former and Latter
  150. Funeral Obsequies
  151. Fully for Definitively, or Finally
  152. Funds for Money
  153. Furnish for Provide, or Supply
  154. Generally for Usually
  155. Gent for Gentleman
  156. Genteel
  157. Gentleman
  158. Genuine for Authentic, or Veritable
  159. Given
  160. Goatee
  161. Got Married for Married
  162. Gotten for Got
  163. Graduated for Was Graduated
  164. Gratuitous for Unwarranted
  165. Grueling
  166. Gubernatorial
  167. Had Better for Would Better
  168. Hail for Come
  169. Have Got for Have
  170. Head over Heels
  171. Healthy for Wholesome
  172. Helpmeet for Helpmate
  173. Hereafter for Henceforth
  174. Honeymoon
  175. Horseflesh for Horses
  176. Humans as a Noun
  177. Hung for Hanged
  178. Hurry for Haste and Hasten
  179. Hurt for Harm
  180. Idea for Thought, Purpose, Expectation, etc
  181. Identified with
  182. Ilk for Kind
  183. Illy for Ill
  184. Imaginary Line
  185. In for Into
  186. Inaugurate for Begin, Establish, etc
  187. Incumbent for Obligatory
  188. Individual
  189. Indorse
  190. Insane Asylum
  191. In Spite of
  192. Inside of
  193. Insignificant for Trivial, or Small
  194. Insoluble for Unsolvable
  195. Inst., Prox., Ult.
  196. Integrity for Honesty
  197. Involve for Entail
  198. It for So
  199. Item for Brief Article
  200. Jackies for Sailors
  201. Jeopardize for Imperil, or Endanger
  202. Juncture
  203. Just Exactly
  204. Juvenile for Child
  205. Kind of a for Kind of
  206. Landed Estate for Property in Land
  207. Last and Past
  208. Later on
  209. Laundry
  210. Lay ( to place ) for Lie ( to recline )
  211. Leading Question
  212. Lease
  213. Leave for Go away
  214. Leave for Let
  215. Lengthways for Lengthwise
  216. Lengthy
  217. Leniency for Lenity
  218. Less for Fewer
  219. Limited for Small, Inadequate, etc
  220. Liable for Likely
  221. Like for As, or As if
  222. Likely for Probably
  223. Line for Kind, or Class
  224. Literally for Figuratively
  225. Loan for Lend
  226. Locate
  227. Lots, or a Lot, for Much, or Many
  228. Love for Like
  229. Lunch for Luncheon
  230. Mad for Angry
  231. Maintain for Contend
  232. Majority for Plurality
  233. Make for Earn
  234. Mansion for Dwelling, or House
  235. Masculine for Male
  236. Mend for Repair
  237. Meet for Meeting
  238. Militate
  239. Mind for Obey
  240. Minus for Lacking, or Without
  241. Mistaken for Mistake
  242. Monarch for King, Emperor, or Sovereign
  243. Moneyed for Wealthy
  244. Most for Almost
  245. Moved for Removed
  246. Mutual
  247. Name for Title and Name
  248. Necessaries for Means
  249. Necessities for Necessaries
  250. Nee
  251. Negotiate
  252. Neither – or for Neither – nor
  253. New Beginner for Beginner
  254. Nice for Good, or Agreeable
  255. Noise for Sound
  256. None
  257. No Use
  258. Novel for Romance
  259. Numerous for Many
  260. Obnoxious for Offensive
  261. Occasion for Induce, or Cause
  262. Occasional Poems
  263. Of Any for Of All
  264. Offhanded and Offhandedly
  265. On the Street
  266. One Another for Each Other
  267. Only
  268. Opine for Think
  269. Opposite for Contrary
  270. Or for Nor
  271. Ordinarily for Usually
  272. Ovation
  273. Over for About, In, or Concerning
  274. Over for More than
  275. Over for On
  276. Over with
  277. Outside of
  278. Pair for Pairs
  279. Pants for Trousers
  280. Partially for Partly
  281. Party for Person
  282. Patron for Customer
  283. Pay for Give, Make, etc
  284. Pay
  285. Peek for Peep
  286. Peculiar for Odd, or Unusual
  287. People for Persons
  288. Per
  289. Perpetually for Continually
  290. Phenomenal for Extraordinary, or Surprising
  291. Plead ( pronounced "pled" ) for Pleaded
  292. Plenty for Plentiful
  293. Poetess
  294. Poetry for Verse
  295. Point Blank
  296. Poisonous for Venomous
  297. Politics
  298. Possess for Have
  299. Practically for Virtually
  300. Predicate for Found, or Base
  301. Prejudice for Prepossession
  302. Preparedness for Readiness
  303. Preside
  304. Pretend for Profess
  305. Preventative for Preventive
  306. Previous for Previously
  307. Prior to for Before
  308. Propose for Purpose, or Intend
  309. Proposition for Proposal
  310. Proportions for Dimensions
  311. Proven for Proved
  312. Proverbial for Familiar
  313. Quit for Cease, Stop
  314. Quite
  315. Raise for Bring up, Grow, Breed, etc
  316. Real for Really, or Very
  317. Realize for Conceive, or Comprehend
  318. Recollect for Remember
  319. Redeem for Retrieve
  320. Redound for Conduce
  321. Refused
  322. Regular for Natural, or Customary
  323. Reliable for Trusty, or Trustworthy
  324. Remit for Send
  325. Rendition for Interpretation, or Performance
  326. Reportorial
  327. Repudiate for Deny
  328. Reside for Live
  329. Residence for Dwelling, or House
  330. Respect for Way, or Matter
  331. Respective
  332. Responsible
  333. Restive for Restless
  334. Retire for Go to Bed
  335. Rev. for The Rev
  336. Reverence for Revere
  337. Ride for Drive
  338. Roomer for Lodger
  339. Round for About
  340. Ruination for Ruin
  341. Run for Manage, or Conduct
  342. Say for Voice
  343. Scholar for Student, or Pupil
  344. Score for Win, Obtain, etc
  345. Second-handed for Second-hand
  346. Secure for Procure
  347. Seldom ever
  348. Self-confessed
  349. Sensation for Emotion
  350. Sense for Smell
  351. Set for Sit
  352. Settee for Settle
  353. Settle for Pay
  354. Shades for Shade
  355. Show for Chance, or Opportunity
  356. Sick for Ill
  357. Side for Agree, or Stand
  358. Sideburns for Burnsides
  359. Side-hill for Hillside
  360. Sideways for Sidewise
  361. Since for Ago
  362. Smart for Bright, or Able
  363. Snap for Period ( of time ) or Spell
  364. So – as
  365. So for True
  366. Solemnize
  367. Some for Somewhat
  368. Soon for Willingly
  369. Space for Period
  370. Spend for Pass
  371. Square for Block
  372. Squirt for Spurt
  373. Stand and Stand for for Endure
  374. Standpoint for Point of View, or Viewpoint
  375. State for Say
  376. Still Continue
  377. Stock
  378. Stop for Stay
  379. Stunt
  380. Subsequent for Later, or Succeeding
  381. Substantiate for Prove
  382. Success
  383. Such Another for Another Such
  384. Such for So
  385. Suicide
  386. Supererogation
  387. Sure for Surely
  388. Survive for Live, or Persist
  389. Sustain for Incur
  390. Talented for Gifted
  391. Tantamount for Equivalent
  392. Tasty for Tasteful
  393. Tear Down for Pull Down
  394. Than Whom
  395. The
  396. The Following
  397. The Same
  398. Then as an Adjective
  399. Those Kind for That Kind
  400. Though for If
  401. Thrifty for Thriving
  402. Through for Done
  403. To
  404. To for At
  405. Total
  406. Transaction for Action, or Incident
  407. Transpire for Occur, Happen, etc
  408. Trifling for Trivial
  409. Trust for Wealthy Corporation
  410. Try an Experiment
  411. Try and for Try to
  412. Ugly for Ill-natured, Quarrelsome
  413. Under-handed and Under-handedly for Under-hand
  414. Unique
  415. United States as a Singular Noun
  416. Unkempt for Disordered, Untidy, etc
  417. Use for Treat
  418. Utter for Absolute, Entire, etc
  419. Various for Several
  420. Ventilate for Express, Disclose, etc
  421. Verbal for Oral
  422. Vest for Waistcoat
  423. Vicinity for Vicinage, or Neighborhood
  424. View of
  425. Vulgar for Immodest, Indecent
  426. Way for Away
  427. Ways for Way
  428. Wed for Wedded
  429. Well
  430. Wet for Wetted
  431. Where for When
  432. Which for That
  433. Whip for Chastise, or Defeat
  434. Whiskers for Beard
  435. Who for Whom
  436. Whom for Who
  437. Widow Woman
  438. Will and Shall
  439. Win out
  440. Win for Won
  441. Without for Unless
  442. Witness for See
  443. Would-be


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