Dextrouse -> dexterous

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It can actually be spelled both ways :slight_smile:

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(I’m guessing you misread it with an e at the end :slight_smile: )

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Is dextrouse a reference or something?

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I would guess they probably misread “dextrous” as “dextrose”, or just didn’t know that dextrous is a valid spelling and added an e at the end by accident in the topic title(since the s and e keys are close to each other)

(since this is in feedback, I assume they’re saying they thought the word was misspelled)

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apologies, I did not know
it was the first google resault and auto/grammarly keeps correcting me as I type in
I assumed

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Maybe move the topic from Feedback and/or mark a post as a solution? I don’t think WK needs to do anything.

Even in Latin you can spell it either Dextrus or Dexterus.

Fun fact, according to Google’s Ngram Viewer “Dexterous” is the more common spelling.

Well fun to me anyway…

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