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How Do You Spell WHILE?

Correct spelling for the English word "while" is [ wˈa͡ɪl] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for while

Below is the list of 78 misspellings for the word "while". Misspellings percentages are collected from over 510 000 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

  • whille (6.4%)
  • whe (0.1%)
  • whild (3.1%)
  • whilr (0.3%)
  • ile (0.1%)
  • pg (0.1%)
  • shile (0.2%)
  • apon (0.1%)
  • whaile (0.6%)
  • wil (0.4%)
  • abd (0.2%)
  • whie (8.1%)
  • whiloe (0.8%)
  • wjile (1.1%)
  • whiel (12.3%)
  • whne (0.1%)
  • wihle (0.8%)
  • hile (2.1%)
  • whike (1.0%)
  • whiule (1.0%)
  • whle (13.5%)
  • whi (0.1%)
  • whikle (1.3%)
  • wj (0.1%)
  • wjhile (0.2%)
  • whicle (0.9%)
  • whioe (0.2%)
  • whill (1.2%)
  • whlie (7.3%)
  • wille (0.7%)
  • hwile (0.2%)
  • whisle (0.4%)
  • qhile (0.2%)
  • dwhile (0.2%)
  • whule (0.2%)
  • whitle (0.3%)
  • whilew (0.2%)
  • whiler (0.4%)
  • whuile (0.6%)
  • wwhile (0.2%)
  • whiile (2.7%)
  • whith (0.1%)
  • whilee (0.2%)
  • whilest (0.2%)
  • whilte (1.7%)
  • whice (0.1%)
  • whis (0.1%)
  • whial (0.2%)
  • whel (0.2%)
  • whilel (0.3%)
  • whjile (0.4%)
  • wghile (0.2%)
  • whoile (0.4%)
  • whilse (0.6%)
  • whise (0.2%)
  • whiole (1.0%)
  • wiht (0.1%)
  • wihile (1.3%)
  • ahile (0.5%)
  • whilw (0.3%)
  • pn (0.1%)
  • whiie (0.2%)
  • whil (14.8%)
  • whilke (2.0%)
  • whoel (0.1%)
  • wheil (0.4%)
  • whail (0.7%)
  • whhile (0.1%)
  • whili (0.2%)
  • whilie (0.6%)
  • whils (0.7%)
  • ehile (0.5%)
  • whyle (1.2%)
  • whtile (0.2%)
  • wiled (0.1%)
  • lwhile (0.2%)
  • whilen (0.2%)
  • whilwe (0.2%)

Usage Examples for while

  1. I was loved indeed; for a little while - "The Deserted Woman" by Honore de Balzac
  2. While I believe for myself, I must hope for them. - "Paul Faber, Surgeon" by George MacDonald
  3. I won't see you again for quite a while - "The Spoilers of the Valley" by Robert Watson
  4. I'll stay here a while longer. - "Cupid's Middleman" by Edward B. Lent
  5. But she looked at him while she spoke. - "The Black Robe" by Wilkie Collins