Correct spelling for CAUGHTED

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Possible correct spellings for caughted

  • Gutted
  • Hits Bulls Eye
  • Coated
  • Five minutes later, a veiled, dust-coated female figure descended the step; the driver of the maillard was dismissed, and miss vale composedly took his place at the wheel.

  • Daughter
  • "will the pretty little daughter be sorry?

  • Hits Bulleye
  • Caught
  • Another day he found mrs dean's reticule, and caught a great many shrimps as well.

  • Coughed
  • And he coughed himself out of the door.

  • Catted
  • "all ready with the cat, sir," was the responsive shout, soon followed by the customary words, "all ready with the fish, sir," while the men, the starboard anchor being got on board, duly secured, or, in more nautical terms, catted and fished, clapped on the port or remaining anchor, which now alone held the brig, gently rolling to the swell, and that in its turn being soon up and down, mr blount reported to his superior officer.

  • Cadged
  • He had been cadged for drinks before by the old cannibal, and the sternest tambo grief and mctavish had laid down was the one forbidding alcohol to the natives of new gibbon.

  • Jaunted
  • Courted
  • "hugh, dearest hugh," she cried, strugglin to get to her knees, "can it be possible that ye hae tried to desert me for anither-me, wha left, for yer sake, my dotin father, my hame, an' a' the comforts o' hame; the bonny holms o' sunnybrae, whar we courted sae lang in secret; the scene o' my youthfu' pleasures and my maiden loves-for ay and for ever?"

  • Quoted
  • Cashed
  • You agree that i received the bill from you, since you cashed it; that is enough for me.

  • Gauged
  • Carted
  • The tinker, notwithstanding his vagrant habits, is sometimes a man of substance, owning two or more small cottages, built out of his savings by the village mason-the materials perhaps carted for him free by a friendly fanner.

  • Cached
  • The scowmen turned it over to others who, for all they knew, were bona fide settlers or free-traders; and from their cache, the canoemen carried it far into the wilderness and either stored it in some inaccessible rendezvous or cached it where still others would come and distribute it among the indians.

  • Caused
  • Almost needless to say his apparent indolence and disinclination to any steady, methodical system of study were, as his son, the late sir william stokes, records in his biography of his father, sources of real concern to his parents, and caused his mother specially much anxious thought.

  • Carded
  • Arkwright continued the modification of the doffing end by drawing the carded fibers through a funnel and then passing them through two rollers.

  • Curated
  • Counted
  • She had only been about a year with us, and we counted her rather a grumpy nurse.

  • Caged
  • She enjoyed seeing their colors flittering around the caged park although the encasement of dead insects in the adjacent room was not to her liking.

    Minimum wage got my adrenaline caged Full of venom and rage Especially when I'm engaged And my daughter's down to her last diaper

    – Rock Bottom by Eminem
  • Gated
  • Taught
  • Who has taught you?

  • Canted
  • Over the canted sides are built small round-domed turrets.

  • Jutted