Correct spelling for DOUGHT

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Possible correct spellings for dought

  • Doubt(Definition of doubt)
  • "that they did, no doubt.

  • Daughter(Definition of daughter)
  • I will see my own daughter married.

  • Doughnut(Definition of doughnut)
  • "mr. tarkington," added miss ellenborough, "is well known as the author of the beaucaire doughnut, the pride of indiana doughnutdom."

  • Dot(Definition of dot)
  • "our boat brought us," said dot.

  • Tout(Definition of tout)
  • Il visite tout le monde.

  • Doughty(Definition of doughty)
  • Of magic prince, of zoroastric lore monarch and treasurer, with jealous eye i view the efforts of the age to hide the gallant deeds of doughty errant knights, who are, and ever have been, dear to me.

  • Dough(Definition of dough)
  • Sure; jim is engineering this deal, and whatever he says goes, for he's the guy who has his hands on the dough-see?

  • Drought(Definition of drought)
  • We had now in all 106 bullocks, and, considering the great scarcity of water, heat, and consequent drought, i was most thankful that our loss had been so slight.

    In the rain then the drought That's what loving you is all about

    – Fly Into This Night by Gino Vanelli
  • Duet(Definition of duet)
  • That night i sang several times, alone, and in duet with the palfi, and was overwhelmed with flatteries of my "fresh tenor voice" and my "admirable method."

    This is the last duet Last chance you're gonna get

    – The Last Duet by Barry Manilow
  • Doughtier
  • We all sit round a primitive form of the round table, and i doubt that king arthur's knights ever proved doughtier trenchermen than do my companions.

  • Taught(Definition of taught)
  • William had been taught to be kind to dumb animals.

  • Nought(Definition of nought)
  • Being nought concerned therewith, i could not of myself divine the truth.

    Is it a little thing that she has wrought? Then Life and Death and Motherhood be nought.

    – The Song of the Women by Rudyard Kipling
  • Ought(Definition of ought)
  • You ought to be a judge's wife."

  • Doug
  • He'd have liked to ask doug more about captain prestonby-doug could never seem to get used to the idea of his officer being a schoolteacher-but there was no time.

  • Doughy(Definition of doughy)
  • Why they call him doughy daw.

  • Fought(Definition of Fought)
  • His grandfather was an officer in the corps of grenadiers that fought so desperately at the battle of the boyne.

  • Bought(Definition of Bought)
  • He must have bought it from washburn, the jeweler.

  • Sought(Definition of sought)
  • "more have sought to enter!