Correct spelling for DAUGHT

We think the word daught 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 daught

  • Aught
  • If i have aught to tell you i will give you a sign when you are near me.

  • Dart
  • What was my joy at seeing him suddenly wheel and dart off in a new direction."

  • Dat
  • I'se done done dat.

  • Daughter
  • "charlotte's little daughter is now with us.

  • Daunt
  • Marlborough, whom no combination of military prowess can daunt, trembles and turns pale before the frown of his wife!

  • Dough
  • I'll squeeze you out as a rollin'-pin does dough, and make you ten inches taller.

  • Doughty
  • Did you remember to tell him we didn't want doughty?

  • Drought
  • Now this winter's cold, summer's heat, and autumn's drought, and above all, this constant free exposure to fresh air and the winds of heaven, are what of all things we avoid exposing our orchids to in england.

  • Duet
  • One second, one minute, one hour, or maybe a thousand years dragged by before the two engines "caught" and roared in a mighty earth-shaking duet of power.

  • Haughty
  • He spoke to madge with haughty composure.

  • Naught
  • The girl who sets at naught the will of her kind, loving parents-acting secretly against their wishes-would not, i am sure, prove a good wife."

  • Ought
  • I ought to get the prize!"

  • Taught
  • I thought that she would have taught you to hate me-as she did herself.

  • Taut
  • The taut nerves had loosened to that unspeakable relief-but for the moment it was collapse.

  • Tight
  • The words sounded as though his throat had closed in tight around them.

  • Caught
  • Had she not caught him watching her very often?

  • Dwight
  • Then it could not be said that john barrett's daughter had come seeking dwight wade."

  • Naughty
  • They spent the afternoons in not being naughty.