Correct spelling for FOAUGHT

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Possible correct spellings for foaught

  • Fraught
  • When edward percy turns his eyes toward claire, she has instinctively moved nearer to madeline's side, at the same time favoring him with a look so fraught with contempt that the villain lowers his eyes, and turns away his face.

  • Ought
  • "he told nikitin that we ought to go to-night.

  • Naught
  • Naught see i fixed or sure in thee!

  • Fought
  • I do not want you to think me worse than i am, so i must first tell you how i fought with myself.

  • Bought
  • "she never saw it before, or knew i meant to buy it; but, now it is bought, i hope she will like it.

  • Caught
  • He caught both her hands in his.

  • Taught
  • You taught me-and i've tried to learn your lessons.

  • Nought
  • Compared with his rival, he is nought.

  • Aught
  • But before i tell you aught of him, you shall hear of his father's life, whence he came and of what family.

  • Fight
  • Really, even for jenny's sake, it seemed hardly worth while to fight so poor a world!

  • Sought
  • He sought to improve on my german, but i think he made it worse.