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Correct spelling for DOUGHTED
We think the word doughted 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 doughted
- Daughter(Definition of daughter)
- Dogged(Definition of dogged)
- Darted(Definition of Darted)
- Dated(Definition of dated)
- Delighted(Definition of delighted)
- Dotted(Definition of dotted)
- Daunted(Definition of daunted)
- Drought(Definition of drought)
- Doughty(Definition of doughty)
- Tooted(Definition of Tooted)
- Doted(Definition of Doted)
Barney concluded something must be wrong and routed dick up, and with such good purpose did they hasten through breakfast that in an hour from the time the boys were called they were standing in the field waiting for ben to begin the day's work.
The young bride, coming into her husband's home, always had to obey his mother, for she was now as a daughter and one of the family.
The detective made no comment upon his subordinate's changed appearance and manner, but eyed him keenly as with dogged determination guy morrow told his story through to the end.
Then he darted across the road and turned to the left in the ditch that bordered it.
"the letter is dated from a place called farlingford, in england.
I have been unable to learn when it was built but about fifty years ago governor pacheco donated the funds for its enlargement.
Roger went home delighted.
You dislike as much as ever having the i's dotted?
For in the first fight, that part of the enemy which was beaten was killed on the spot; but of cassius's soldiers that fled few had been slain, and those that escaped, daunted with their defeat, infected the other and larger part of the army with their want of spirit and their disorder.
Havant is, in spite of the modern world, a place of miracle; for it possesses a spring to the south-west of the church, called, i think, st faith's, which never fails in summer for drought, nor in winter for frost.
"i figure that a skeet girl belongs as much to us as to you," snapped the doughty little man from castonia.