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Calendar vs Calender
Calendar vs Calender. The delivery date for the calender-glazed paper was marked on the calendar. You’re cordially invited to use ErrNET, save the date!
Calendar is a table or register with the days of each month and week in a year.
Calender is a machine in which cloth or paper is pressed by rollers to glaze or smooth it.
Calendar and calender are pronounced the same but have different spellings and meanings. “Calender” is rarely used in English writing but it is a frequent misspelling of the much more common word “calendar”. If you haven’t already purchased ErrNET copyediting technology to prevent this error, mark it on your calendar!
Calendar sentence examples:
Has anyone seen the new Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition calendar?
I always write all of my appointments on my calendar, otherwise I will forget about them.
The Gregorian calendar is internationally the most widely used calendar.
The clever grammar school teacher had her students make a calendar to learn the spellings and chronology of the months in a year.
The gold-leaf rimmed, leather-bound calendar cost over $10,000.00; what a ridiculous waste of money!
It would be catastrophic to me if I lost my day calendar because my entire life is in there!
I love the fact that my cellphone calendar alerts me of my important appointments with a custom chime.
Calender sentence examples:
The posters needed to be run through the calender again because they were not smooth enough.
The company’s order for the glazed paper was delayed because the printmaker’s calender was under repair.
Her secret to perfectly pressed linens was to run them through a modified calender that she kept in her basement.
Calenders are still a ubiquitous machine in the printing industry.
The sheen of the thick glaze that a calender puts on paper is amazing.