English language has a lot of confusing words. You have probably come across some of these words too. There are quite a lot of them.
The most confusing set of words I bumped into recently are: consentual and consensual
In other to avoid embarrassing situations, it is good to resolve the confusion and know the right spellings, meanings and usages of these kinds of confusing words.
I bumped into the word ‘consensual’ recently and actually thought it was a misspelling of the word ‘consentual’. But I was wrong.
Both words are actually correct and mean the same thing. When I looked up these words on Google Search, here is one of the results I got for each word from the search result page entries:
adj. involving or carried out by mutual consent: a consentual divorce
adj. existing or made by mutual consent without an act of writing