Noun. Plural "apostrophies". A prize-winning apostrophe error.

An apostrophe added to a plural word ("apostrophe's" is wrong), or missing from a possessive word ("Johns car" is wrong) or other similar error, in a public or other glaringly obvious place - such as a broadsheet newspaper headline, in financial terms & conditions, or a celebrity's tattoo.
Each of these, if published, could be classed as an apostrophy:

ARGIE'S INVADE FALKLANDS
It is the Companys responsibility to...
Your the one for me
by certificate18 December 22, 2009
A New Jersey rock band formed in 2005. The band originally started as a one-man-band and stayed that way until 2008 in which a guitarist/singer was found. The duo continued on into 2009 gaining a guitarist, bassist and drummer. There are now 5 members that include a singer, two guitarists, a bassist and a drummer. They currently can be found at their myspace page. www.myspace.com/apostrophy
Hey man, check out this band called Apostrophy. They're awesome.

Hey have you heard the new Apostrophy song? It's awesome.

Hey did you buy Apostrophy's new EP? It's awesome.
by Apostro-dude May 31, 2009

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