The Austen Writer: only use the words that Jane did

Welcome to the Austen Writer, where you can create and check documents for Austenticity

‘It is a truth universally acknowledged, that’ anything worth saying is worth saying well.

Type or paste some text in the box below. To check whether Austen used the words you have chosen use the button below (or the 'abc' icon above). It will detect words that Austen never used and spelling mistakes. The suggestions are semantically related words that Austen did use, but since they are suggested by a computer rather than the great Lady herself they might at times appear rather distantly related!

Have fun, write well, and you shall be rewarded - ‘Consideration and esteem as surely follow command of language as admiration waits on beauty’

Check spelling
Enter you text here, but don't go crazy. Austen would never use a word like that!

Austenticity Spell Checker

Type or paste into the box on the left and then click the "ABC✓" check icon.

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