Sentence of shame

I don’t like rule-breakers. Especially language-related rule-breakers.

Why do some words get pardoned? Why do they get to be the exception (and make me feel stupid in front of Dave Martin during year 5’s spelling test)?

Below I have put a selection of guilty words together into a SENTENCE OF SHAME.

What rule do they rebel to? Shout it out in the comments…

“Being either feisty/sufficiently caffeinated, eight neighbours efficiently feigned their omniscience wherein atheism counterfeits science.”