Word of the Day: Proofread

proof-read / pro͞ofˌrēd
1.      to look over a text and correct any mistakes before publication or submission
Proofread carefully to see if you any words out. (present tense)
Dave Barry, 1947-
Sometimes I’m sitting there at three in the morning, proofreading something, and I’m thinking, [sic] Is this really worth it? (present continuous tense)
Micah Lexier, 1960-
I don’t know if I officially proofread my father’s book, but I read it. (past tense)
Noam Chomsky, 1928-