You can use the Close But No Cigar script so it’ll shake if your answer isn’t exactly correct. Or you can get Double Check so you can mark those answers wrong afterward. Double Check even has an optional Close But No Cigar feature built in.
Looking at it, it’s only 3 letters off “priority” so I can see why the spell check gave it a pass. Hopefully I get the meaning quizzed first next so I can fail the reading purposefully if I do it again. Or not because it’s only one word.
I think that app downloads WaniKani in its entirety, so you’re at their mercy when it comes to changes/maintenance/improvements we make. Sounds like they’re using 4+ month old data (but don’t quote me on that, I’m not up to date on third-party apps or their supported features).
Maybe add “superiority” to the blacklist of this item, because it’s close enough to “priority” in spelling to get a pass and really should not, and it seems like an easy enough mistake to make (I think I mistook 優先 for 優秀).