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Correct spelling for CAIUGHT

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Possible correct spellings for caiught

  • Ought
  • "they ought to be there now.

  • Night
  • She was with her all night.

  • Fought
  • And, like fate, to be fought to the end.

  • Knight
  • And sir persides, the son of sir pellonnes, a good knight, came out to welcome them.

  • Naught
  • But in the silence where is naught thou shalt behold the one that is.

  • Haughty
  • He therefore took no heed of the haughty air of inquiry which she turned upon him, but came at once to the point, saying almost before she had closed the door: "what is this you have been doing, imogene?"

  • Naughty
  • Mr. vincent sat motionless during this little speech, just looking at him, not at all offensively, yet with the effect of making the young man feel rather like a defiant and naughty little boy who is trying to explain.

  • Aught
  • "join them then for aught i care," laughed the other.

  • Wight
  • I go down to the isle of wight for a day or two to see her to-morrow.

  • Bought
  • We bought a board, and mother and i tried to use it alone.

  • Fight
  • I told you he never went down there to fight.

  • Might
  • "you might have told it to your old friend.

  • Right
  • "that's right," fernack said.

  • Sought
  • His eyes sought for some trace of the package he had done so much to bring through with safety, but which, after all, had been taken while he slept.

  • Eight
  • Next morning i did not forget the zeroli, and i went to her room at eight and found her asleep.

  • Weight
  • How much by weight?

  • Sight
  • I mean to watch you when you die, but i think a better sight your face would be now than then.

  • Wright
  • He emptied his mug, and then, accompanied by mr. wright, fetched his sea-chest from the boarding-house where he was staying, and took it to the young man's lodgings.

  • Nought
  • Nought would go amiss where he was at the head of affairs!

  • Height
  • Upon you rests a high responsibility, and i am sure you will rise to the height of the occasion.

  • Tight
  • "i bought her," said jeff, "at thirty-two, and she stayed right there tight, like she was stuck.

  • Caught
  • She must bring alec here as soon as possible, but of course, some of the work would have to be caught up first.

  • Cough
  • He stopped, and forced a cough; but there was no sign.

  • Bight
  • We grounded, and xavier, seizing a great tow-rope, leaped into the shallow water and passed the bight around a trunk.

  • Court
  • But why tell such things to the court?

  • Light
  • Never looked at it in that light?

  • Curt
  • Dan and rollins offered their services in helping to bring farley to, only to met by a curt refusal from midshipman henkel.

  • Taught
  • Thus ended that unpleasant adventure, which taught me a lesson, and a lesson which i ought not to have required.

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