heteroliteral

het·er·o·lit·er·al

(het'ĕr-ō-lit'ĕr-ăl),
Substitution of one letter for another in the pronunciation of certain words.
[hetero- + L. littera, letter]

heteroliteral

(hĕt″ĕr-ō-lĭt′ĕr-ăl)
In speaking, pert. to an incorrect letter being substituted for the correct one.
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A well-known word recreation is to scan published texts for strings of letters that possess a certain logological property, such as being heteroliteral text, a pangram, or a pi mnemonic.
Heteroliteral text: each pair of words has no letters in common
In the second case, odd letters appear in even positions and even in odd: DELIBERATIVELY, DENATURALIZING, HETEROLITERALS, NONINSTINCTIVE, REHABILITATIVE, VITUPERATIVELY.