Common misspellings for twice:

twinz, twoyear, sewice, twicew, twichy, twizzle, twiges, twick, twere, twices, twised, tiisue, twince, twicely, twic, twicthes, tiwce, twce, touce, topice, twoce, ohterwise, oterwise, twoice, tarce, twise, tweice, oterhwise, woice, twias, twiice, whice, twicw, twiced, twiches, whiceh, teace, twims, twict, tpice, adwise, taffice, twioce, tediouce, tgise, twoic, twite, tilce, twicse, tnice, twizzer, teice, tiwice, twitce, twish, toface, towice, twich, wice, twoci, deworce, leghtwise, twicky, twirp, tice, tvice, twcie, twicee, twive, t ease, ta ease, t issue, ta issue, t odds, ta odds, t sea, ta sea, taxia, taaxia, taxic, taaxic, taaxy, thetosis, tahetosis, tahos, toxic, taoxic, tsugewi, tasugewi, tatach, ttache, tatache, ttache case, tatache case, ttack, tatack, ttic, ttica, tatica, rwice, fwice, gwice, ywice, 6wice, 5wice, tqice, taice, t3ice, twuce, twjce, twkce, tw9ce, tw8ce, twixe, twife, twide, twics, twicd, twicr, twic4, twic3, rtwice, trwice, ftwice, tfwice, gtwice, tgwice, ytwice, tywice, 6twice, t6wice, 5twice, t5wice, tqwice, twqice, tawice, twaice, tswice, twsice, tewice, t3wice, tw3ice, t2wice, tw2ice, twuice, twiuce, twjice, twijce, twkice, twikce, tw9ice, twi9ce, tw8ice, twi8ce, twixce, twicxe, twivce, twicve, twifce, twicfe, twidce, twicde, twicwe, twicre, twicer, twic4e, twice4, twic3e, twice3, twie, wtice, twiec, ttwice, twwice, twicce, 4wice, twice, pwice, vwice, uwice, t7ice, tgice, tuice, twyce, twace, twmce, twhce, twike, twige, twiae, twibe, twicu, twicm, twica, twicg, twayece, tweyece, t wice, tw ice, twi ce, twic e.

Usage examples for twice

  1. I was there twice- one- half hour each time.  Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity by Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard
  2. Are you in a hurry, or can you walk up and down the drive with me once or twice?"  Mysterious Mr. Sabin by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  3. An' she knew I 'd have it if it had been twice that.  Between Whiles by Helen Hunt Jackson
  4. Write to me twice a week at least.  Sterne by H.D. Traill