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Correct spelling for DOUGHTERS
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Possible correct spellings for doughters
- Doughty(Definition of doughty)
- Daughter(Definition of daughter)
Then spake the noble knight: "that would serve you ill; nor would it gain me honor," spake the doughty man.
At last when nine daughters in all had been born to the forester's wife and lost to her when they were but a year old, the queen fell very ill.
There had been other droughts, but this one was unexpected-unprecedented.
Did you say you knew his daughter?"
This was probably politic, but it was lamentable and disgraceful that we should be obliged, or think ourselves obliged, to abstain from speaking the truth, for fear of offending this rascally adventurer, who by the egregious folly and cowardice of the french nation has been invested with such an awful power of mischief, and whom neither fear nor shame deters from pursuing his own wicked ends at the expense of any amount of misery and desolation which he may inflict upon mankind.
He preached for children regularity in matters of diet, prescribed four light meals a day, practised heterodoxy, and distributed bread and milk, bread and syrup, bread and jam, cookies, corn dodgers, and molasses candy, morning, noon, and night.