Ere & Err

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Ere means to be ‘prior to; before in time’: “My last wish is to see my son ere I die.”
This is a literary term of past and not much in use these days.
Err, on the other hand, means to make a mistake, slip up, miscalculate: “To err once in one’s judgement is human but to err again on the same issue is stupidity.”

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