What Is a Spelling Pattern?

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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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The conventional spelling is pattern.
pat·tern
[pat-ern; British pat-n]
NOUN
1.
a decorative design, as for wallpaper, china, or textile fabrics, etc.
2.
decoration or ornament having such a design.
3.
a natural or chance marking, configuration, or design: patterns of frost on the window.
4.
a distinctive style, model, or form: a new pattern of army helmet.
5.
a combination of qualities, acts, tendencies, etc., forming a consistent or characteristic arrangement: the behavior patterns of teenagers.
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