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haplology (s) (noun), haplologies (pl)
The accidental omission of one or more repeated letters, syllables, or sounds when speaking: Haplology causes a variety of mistaken forms occurring in English; for example, "probly" instead of "probably", "libry" for "library", and nesry, in place of "necessary".

Haplology takes place when someone "eats" a few letters while pronouncing a word.

This entry is located in the following units: haplo-, hapl- (page 1) -ology, -logy, -ologist, -logist (page 33)