What Is a Spelling Pattern?


A spelling pattern is a set of words that sound the same when pronounced, but are spelt in a different way. A spelling pattern normally follows a specific convention and the sound pronunciations have to be within the Great Vowel Shift.
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It is when the mom and dad spell things for you.
A herringbone pattern is a series of lines that, together, create an interesting optical pattern that draws the eye toward it. The pattern is created with rows of short and slanted
I'm not sure specifically about patterns, but a common programming paradigm used to handle cross-cutting concerns (e.g. logging, security, validation, etc) gracefully is. Aspect-oriented
z is the las letter while a is the first D is the fourth and w is the 4th away from the last and i is the 9th and r is the 9th last there all the same distance as the letter on the
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The conventional spelling is pattern.
[pat-ern; British pat-n]
a decorative design, as for wallpaper, china, or textile fabrics, etc.
decoration or ornament having such a design.
a natural or chance marking, configuration, or design: patterns of frost on the window.
a distinctive style, model, or form: a new pattern of army helmet.
a combination of qualities, acts, tendencies, etc., forming a consistent or characteristic arrangement: the behavior patterns of teenagers.
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