“Cite” (v.) means to make reference to or quote such as in quoting the Bible.
“Site” (n.) means location or a piece of land on which something is located.
“Sight” (n.) refers to anything perceived by the eyes or the faculty of vision.
“Insight” (n.) refers to the understanding of something, the perception into something or the grasping of the inner nature of something.
“Incite) (v.) means to cause to act as in inciting a riot , to set off.
“Straight” (adj.) means without bends or curves, moral or upright.
“Strait” (n) means a channel of the sea or a difficult situation such as, “He is in bad straits”.
“Mischievious” does not exist and anyone who uses it is in error.
“Mischievous” (adj.) Means teasing impishly, annoyingly playful or causing harm such as in “mischievous rumours”.
“Irregardless” though once used, is unacceptable and has no meaning today.
“Regardless” (adv.) means disregarding, heedless, unmindful, irrespective.
“Aisle” (n.) is a passageway between seats.
“I’ll” is a contraction of “I will” and is not accepted in formal writing.
“Isle” (n.) is a small island.
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“Scintilla” (n.) is a small amount, a scarcely detectable quantity.
“Profligacy” (n.) refers to reckless extravagance or shameless dissolution.
“Profligate” (n. or adj.) is one who is shamelessly immoral.
“Misogyny” (n.) is a hatred of women.
“Misogamy” (n.) is a hatred of marriage.
“Salacious” (adj.) means lustful, lecherous or suggestive of moral looseness.
“Salaciousness” is the noun form.