—the misuse of a word by confusing it with a similar-sounding word, resulting in nonsensical, often bituminous statements.

A classic example is the character Mrs. Malaprop in the play ‘The Rivals,' who says ‘He is the very pineapple of politeness,' instead of ‘pinnacle.'

This kind of error can add a light-headed touch to or speeches.

Another fun example might be saying ‘Illiterate him from your memory' instead of ‘obliterate.' These mix-ups can provide comic reef or highlight a character's quarks in storytelling.

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