This group can be divided into three:
(i) Words and phrases liable to be used superfluously, unsuitably, or wrongly. Here is a list of words of this sort that you will find in the A.B.C.:
(ii) Pairs of words liable to be confused. Each of the following pairs will be found in the A.B.C. under the first word of the pair.
(iii) Certain present-day trends in the behaviour of words
The English vocabulary is constantly changing: words acquire new meanings; new words are invented; old ones disappear. The following four articles deal with current tendencies of this sort:
Changes in the meaning of words
De and Dis (use of as prefixes, e.g., decontaminate)
Non (use of as prefix)