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Possible correct spellings for cuaght

  • Cult(Definition of cult)
  • 598. on the influence of judaism on the cult of men cf.

  • Cut(Definition of cut)
  • I thought he wanted to cut more brushwood, but he did not return at all."

  • Cant(Definition of cant)
  • One example of this readiness gladstone was fond of quoting: sir francis burdett had made a speech against the whigs, in which he spoke of the "cant of patriotism."

  • Can't(Definition of Can't)
  • I can't have rosey know i have another wife living...."

  • Cough(Definition of cough)
  • So he gave a discreet cough just sufficiently loud to attract m. achille's notice, and to warn m. le duc de luxembourg that he was being presumptuous.

  • Cud(Definition of cud)
  • Na, na, it's no tae be expeckit that elspeth cud gie them a' aifter ae hearin'."

  • Haughty(Definition of haughty)
  • And once more courtesying, and with an air of haughty dignity, kate withdrew, and left her ladyship to her own thoughts.

  • Catty(Definition of catty)
  • "how d'ye do, catty? how do you feel after last night?"

  • Cat(Definition of cat)
  • The notorious pirate was a tall, bulky earthman, but he walked with the lightfootedness of a cat in his moonshoes.

  • Gatt
  • Member of: acp, afdb, ccc, commonwealth, fao, g-77, gatt, iaea, ibrd, icao, ico, ida, ifad, ifc, ilo, imf, imo, intelsat, interpol, irc, iso, itu, iwc-international wheat council, nam, oau, un, undp, unesco, upu, who, wipo, wmo, wto

  • Naught(Definition of naught)
  • Else why should they put the last hand in to sweepin' out and sellin' naught but ginghams and calicoes and muslins?

  • Ought(Definition of ought)
  • 13,479. do you think you ought to have got the whole?

  • Ghat(Definition of ghat)
  • Essnousee will reach ghat in twelve, whilst a quick caravan requires from eighteen to twenty days.

  • Cast(Definition of cast)
  • He had been unfaithful to his religion: they had cast him off.

  • Taught(Definition of taught)
  • Taught by draughts and blankets?

  • Cato
  • And one of the most curious examples of perpetuity of social sentiment is the hatred and scorn for the greek or levantine character, from the days of plautus and the elder cato to the days of the poet claudian.

  • Quart(Definition of quart)
  • Twelve-quart flower-pots, new from the warehouse, were filled as described below; the trials being made in duplicate:- pots 1 and 2 contained each 270 grammes of peat.

  • Capt
  • The forces of lewis and byrne were at first placed under the command of capt.

  • Git
  • Yondah's dat don-hoss, whut t'inks he's done so much, scearcely able to git he breff; ready to drap!

  • Naughty(Definition of naughty)
  • "but little girls should not like what is naughty: and i think it would be much better if you were in bed too.

  • Get(Definition of get)
  • I'll never get to the end of you."

  • Cart(Definition of cart)
  • "thank you for your cart, and bon voyage to coulommiers.

  • Coat(Definition of coat)
  • As he faced the wind, however, he discerned a providence in his persistency, for his coat was fur-lined, and he had a cold voyage before him on the morrow.

  • Catt
  • However, there was little time for lamentations, for with surprising ingenuity, mr. catt had arranged a delightful program for the two days the young folks were in camp, and not a moment of the brief holiday was dull even for rosslyn and janie.

  • Cad(Definition of cad)
  • Cad is what i call handsome, but 'lena is beautiful, more beautiful, most beautiful-now you have it superlatively.

  • Court(Definition of court)
  • 94 court of requests, .............................

  • Caught(Definition of Caught)
  • Patsey muldoon caught her hand as if he would never let it go.

  • Cachet(Definition of cachet)
  • The duke and his mother, the dowager-duchess, were furious, and it was rumoured that they had obtained a lettre de cachet, in virtue of which mlle.

  • Got(Definition of Got)
  • I know we got 10s.

  • Gait(Definition of gait)
  • At the foot of the perron the king's flemish horses, as round of body and heavy of gait as himself, were impatiently pawing the ground.

  • Curt(Definition of curt)
  • In the first instance, he had offended without premeditation, for he had not known who i was; his subsequent insolence might find excuse in the peremptory phrasing of my demand for apology, too curt, perhaps, for a young and untried man.

  • Judah(Definition of judah)
  • The ammonites, the eastern neighbours of the land of gilead, oppressed "the sons of israel who dwelt beyond jordan" for 18 years, and marched over jordan against judah, benjamin and the house of ephraim.

  • Aught(Definition of aught)
  • So he made answer; "fair son, ask of me aught that is honourable and i will grant it."

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