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Correct spelling for CAAUGHT
We think the word caaught is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for caaught
- Cough(Definition of cough)
- Nought(Definition of nought)
- Curt(Definition of curt)
- Bought(Definition of Bought)
- Aught(Definition of aught)
- Haughty(Definition of haughty)
- Naughty(Definition of naughty)
- Naught(Definition of naught)
- Fought(Definition of Fought)
- Taught(Definition of taught)
- Sought(Definition of sought)
- Caught(Definition of Caught)
- Court(Definition of court)
- Ought(Definition of ought)
Bad luck to it, my cold and cough are pretty bad!
I hopes you wun't be offended wi' me, miss, for i be telling nought but truth."
As gurn came in, with the light from the window falling full on his face, m. fuselier gave a curt order.
"why, i-bought 'em," he faltered, "and-the colonel gave me some.
47. "now let come those who desire gold, and aught less precious, to receive from me.
Very likely fanny had been disagreeable and haughty in her manner.
It seems as if the world was just laughing at itself for having been so naughty a little while ago!"
You retired to bed when the still small voice within murmured that there was naught else to do.
I've fought you both fair, too fair.
Come, my boy; i taught thee how to live, i'll show thee how to die.
"'they sought him that night, and they sought him next day, oh!
"he did-one day-and i said no at first, but he caught hold of me....
Will you tell the court what you saw while you were in that position?
So i am afraid that he said things he ought not; but of course she did not tell me one word.