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Possible correct spellings for coght

  • Cote(Definition of cote)
  • And this young man that sir kay named la cote male taile was there left behind with queen guenever; and by sudden adventure there was an horrible lion kept in a strong tower of stone, and it happened that he at that time brake loose, and came hurling afore the queen and her knights.

  • Curt(Definition of curt)
  • A second curt answer greeted his rebuff, and while he stared at her, nan left the table and the room.

  • Comet(Definition of comet)
  • 104 and 105, which present two different views of the same comet, showing a considerable change in its appearance.

  • Goat(Definition of goat)
  • If they meant any harm to pennington lawton's daughter, or if their scheme, whatever kind of a hold-up it was, failed to pan out as they expected, and they tried to make me the scape-goat-well, i meant to protect myself and lawton.

  • Cart(Definition of cart)
  • The other day it couldn't drag my cart?

  • Cut(Definition of cut)
  • If i had seen it cut from the bar, i might have come nearer a proper judgement of it.

  • Catt
  • One more meal after this, and-exit tabitha catt and gloriana holliday, housekeepers.

  • Coast(Definition of coast)
  • The coast-guard tried-and now look!"

  • Cough(Definition of cough)
  • White matter, 219, 221. white swelling, 157. whooping cough, 290, 291. windpipe, 134-136, 271, 272. wine, 94. see also alcohol.

  • Coda(Definition of coda)
  • This is the longest and most elaborate section of the suite, finishing with a well-developed coda.

  • Count(Definition of count)
  • You are count von heltzendorff!

  • Cost(Definition of cost)
  • A lead of lines for each man will cost about 11s.

  • Ct
  • St. louis, has the ordinary hand stamp, and another with "1 ct" in large octagonal frame added.

  • Coed
  • "jake lee has been tellin' me that our people are there, all camped in the old place by bettws y coed.

  • Cosh(Definition of cosh)
  • What's to hinder a blackguard like cosh, with ten times cosh's mind, from getting into the indian councils, and turning the whole west loose on the tidewater??

  • Covet(Definition of covet)
  • Blind and hardened, they, who hope for peace amid the storms of care, 240 who covet power they know not how to use, and sigh for pleasure they refuse to give,- madly they frustrate still their own designs; and, where they hope that quiet to enjoy which virtue pictures, bitterness of soul, 245 pining regrets, and vain repentances, disease, disgust, and lassitude, pervade their valueless and miserable lives.

  • Sought(Definition of sought)
  • He has sought blood and has let blood.

  • Get(Definition of get)
  • It was my habit to get up at 2.30 a.

  • Code(Definition of code)
  • I walked into the hall to get my copy of the code book, and discovered that i had left it at the telegraph office.

  • Gout(Definition of gout)
  • He continued to discharge his duties ably until confined by a sudden and excruciating attack of the gout which terminated in death the same year he was appointed judge.

  • Gt
  • Pyramid, life and work at the gt.

  • Corot(Definition of corot)
  • Here is the charming marine "la rochelle" painted in 1851 and given by corot to desbarolles and by desbarolles to the younger dumas.

  • Court(Definition of court)
  • 15,858. about a month ago you got a notice from him that you would be summoned to court unless you paid the balance of your debt, 14s.

  • Nought(Definition of nought)
  • And where'er i looked, nought but distress was present with me still.

  • Git
  • I'll jes' go an' git my hoe.

  • Got(Definition of Got)
  • I've got ter be up at five ter-morrer.

  • Gut(Definition of gut)
  • Ich verstehe ganz gut," he continued, answering the officer's reckless french in perfect german.

  • Roget
  • Yes; i used to be with mossu and madame roget in mortimer street.

  • Jot(Definition of jot)
  • At supper our q.m. dickie told us the following little anecdote, which i jot down as it was connected with our corps.

  • Fought(Definition of Fought)
  • Even then he fought splendidly to the last.

  • Cot(Definition of cot)
  • He took a cover from the cot and threw it over the upper part of the body.

  • Cat(Definition of cat)
  • The cat of bubastes.

  • Cod(Definition of COD)
  • 16,778. then, if any of these herring fishermen go to the cod and ling fishing in winter, that is settled for the end of that fishing too?

  • Ghat(Definition of ghat)
  • To-day, a ghafalah of touaricks, twenty persons, left for ghat.

  • Cont
  • Pt. ii, cont, vol. i, no. 2, april, 1901: the pupa.

  • Cord(Definition of cord)
  • He sees as in a dream a couple of bearded faces on the bank above, the owner of one of which is swinging a long, noosed cord of twisted raw hide.

  • Cody
  • The witness stated, in cross examination, that during these outbursts of jealousy colonel cody was beside himself with rage.

  • Colt(Definition of colt)
  • The old ladies listened so sympathetically to our tales of how many trout we had that day guddled in the burn; of the colt we had managed to catch and mount-as a family-by the aid of the dyke, and of the few delirious moments spent on its slippery back before it threw us-as a family; of the ins and outs of why boggley's nose was swelling visibly and his right eye disappearing.

  • Caught(Definition of Caught)
  • So, all the morning long, old jed thumper hurried from one place to another and never once caught sight of peter rabbit.

  • Coho(Definition of coho)
  • And the coho did not school along island shores, feeding upon tiny herring.

  • Coat(Definition of coat)
  • "coat," said the doctor.

  • Cog(Definition of cog)
  • When a tooth is added to the number of teeth on a wheel to effect this purpose it is termed a hunting cog, or hunting tooth, because if one wheel have a tooth less, then any two teeth which meet in the first revolution are distant, one tooth in the second, two teeth in the third, three in the fourth, and so on.

  • Cwt(Definition of cwt)
  • 13,233. i noticed in your fair isle order-book an entry of 2 cwt.

  • Coot(Definition of coot)
  • Put inteed, i yonder he hasn't been sending for old tuncan to be gifing him a song or two on ta peeps; for he'll pe hafing ta oceans of fery coot highland plood in his own feins; and his friend, ta prince of wales, who has no more rights to it than a maackerel fish, will pe wearing ta kilts at holyrood.

  • Bought(Definition of Bought)
  • 16,213. have you bought articles for money in mr. sinclair's shop?

  • Ought(Definition of ought)
  • It ought to be done as he passed, and it would be done if it were not sabbath.

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