The forming of words with letters in an accepted order; orthography.(noun)
The art or study of orthography.(noun)
The way in which a word is spelled.(noun)
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Use "spelling" in a sentence
"“Henry the Fift” [_this spelling is used consistently_] except the “Faery Queen,” [_spelling unchanged_] next to the Miter and Phænix [_error for “Phœnix” in original_] [Stz. 3 sidenote] ..."
"[_anomalous spelling unchanged in both] -- To my own hindrence did I try. [_spelling unchanged_]"
"CM: Of course, my name spelling is even different from my grandfather's name spelling."