Are there any misspelled words in the Constitution?
CONTROUL instead of CONTROL
IT's instead of ITS in atricle 1
PENSYLVANIA instead of PENNSYLVANIA
The words on a coin are impressed on the die which is used to strike the coins. I am not aware of any way a striking error could change the spelling of a word. Misspelled words have occured on US coins though as a result of an engraving error. On the reverse [tails] side of an 1801 half cent, The word "UNITED" was spelled "IINITED".
(See the links below for lists of the most often misspelled words in the English language.) Answer The most commonly misspelled word(s) would have to be "its" and "it's," and other words with apostrophes missing in possessives and unnecessarily present in plurals. There are many, including the word "misspell" and pairs such as "lose" and "loose." (There are 100 examples at the related link below.)
Why does the preamble to the constitution say insure domestic tranquility rather than ensure domestic tranquility?
What dialog box allows you to correct the misspelled words add new words to the dictionary and automatically correct the misspelled words?
This may be a case of straining at gnats, but I believe that technically, the Constitution does not 'grant' any powers to the states. The Constitution grants various powers to the federal government and outlines some of the powers that are retained by the states. Any powers not addressed by the Constitution are reserved by the states. In other words, the states (or The People, indirectly) possess all authority associated with any nation, and The…