Note that regular expressions are generally case-sensitive. You can use
(?:(?i)...) to make a line case-insensitive (currently all lines are treated together, so if you don't scope your item, it will carry through to the remaining lines, which is could be unexpected -- this is likely to change in the near future).
^attache$ benefitting occurence Sorce ^[Ss]pae ^untill vender ^wether
Note: the patterns are perl regular expressions. Here these patterns are quite broad.
^attache$matches a single (French) word (
attache) which can be a typo for English words (attach, attached/attaches)
benefittingwould match a substring, but the default dictionary has no other matching words, the current accepted English spelling is
^[Ss]paematches a number of things include
spaetzle(which is a word, but, the odds are you won't be using it), most of them will be typos of words in the
^untillwill match some farming terms, but again, it's unlikely you're using them (if you are, add a
$to the line to just match
venderis archaic (formerly used by the New Yorker) https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/28201/vendor-vs-vender-in-standard-american-english -- note that the New Yorker appears to have abandoned this spelling as well see https://www.newyorker.com/video/watch/the-fruit-vendor
^wethermatches a number of terms, the main one is a typo for
whether, if you need
wetherhogor similar, adjust the pattern.