Autocorrect rules

Today’s Rhymes With Orange:

Here’s a particularly silly version of autocorrect — or possibly automatic completion software —  one that replaces frequent words (party, jacket) by infrequent ones (partake, jackal), indeed infrequent words that don’t fit the context (partake is a verb, while the context calls for a noun; and suit jacket is a common collocation, while suit jackal is absurd).

 

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