If something has a pale-yellow hue, we might call it “blonde” or “blond.” The difference is that the word “blonde” is feminine, while “blond” is masculine or gender-neutral.
A lessor is a person or entity that owns something of value and allows people to use their property through a lease agreement.
The word fourty is not a real word, but it is a common misspelling. The word forty is the correct spelling of the number 40.
The noun dessert is a sweet or savory delicacy that we serve after a meal. The word desert generally describes a dry, barren landscape or the act of abandonment.
The word wellbeing is a common misspelling of well-being.
The verb enquire traditionally means ‘to ask,’ while inquire means ‘to formally investigate.’
The main difference between the verbs may and might involves tense forms: we use may for the present tense and might for the past tense.
The word disk is more common for American English, while disc is the standard spelling for British English.