Whether or not a word is misspelled may depend on context, such as American / British English distinctions.
Misspelling can also be a matter of opinion when variant spellings are accepted by some and not by others.
The following tap targets are close to other nearby tap targets and may need additional spacing around them.
A misspelled word can be a series of letters that represents no correctly spelled word of the same language at all (such as "liek" for "like") or a correct spelling of another word (such as writing "here" when one means "hear", or "now" when one means "know").
Misspellings of the latter type can easily make their way into printed material because they are not caught by simple computerised spell checkers. typing teh for the), or lack of knowledge of the correct spelling.
That is a question you ask yourself daily, but is there really a simple way to find the correct spelling without using the worthless spelling applications that are out there?
Tell Spell is a multilingual spell checking site where you can easily find the correct spelling of your word.
For example "miniscule" (for "minuscule") is a misspelling to many, and yet it is listed as a legitimate variant in a number of dictionaries.