Typo in a Dictionary

It appears that use of copyeditors has hit an all-time low. Not usefulness—the exponential volume of digital content produced daily proportionally increases the demand for editing professionals. But, those roles aren’t being filled. I knew this the moment I noticed that the dictionary is failing to follow industry-standard procedures. 

Yes. The dictionary.

A quote showing an example of Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day in action has a typo:

Typo in a Dictionary's Word of the Day example sentence.
How was this missed? My guess is that it was never checked by an editor.

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