How Do You Spell DELUDER?
The word "deluder" is spelled with an "e" after the "l" because it follows the rule of doubling consonants when they come after a short vowel sound. The IPA phonetic transcription for "deluder" is /dɪˈluːdər/. The first syllable is pronounced with a short "i" sound and the second syllable is pronounced with a long "u" sound. The final syllable is pronounced with a neutral "uh" sound. In context, "deluder" refers to someone who deceives or tricks others.
Common Misspellings for DELUDER