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Possible correct spellings for gough

  • Gourd(Definition of gourd)
  • Finding it so, i took occasion to abstract a good large gourd, and set it surreptitiously aside.

  • Dough(Definition of dough)
  • We made bread out of the dough which our comrades had prepared while we slept.

  • Gout(Definition of gout)
  • But gout, and it is to be feared drink, had long ago made him physically flaccid, and mentally rather sulky and vague.

  • Hugh
  • The baron of montfort yet ranks in our peerage; though i am not aware that the nobleman, who at present bears the title, boasts a descent from any part of the family of hugh with a beard, the owner of montfort at the time of the conquest, and one of the conqueror's attendants at the battle of hastings.

  • Pugh(Definition of Pugh)
  • Pugh gave an order to the man at the wheel and followed the irishman below, where he encountered the gray eye, and felt macready behind him at the door.

  • Cough(Definition of cough)
  • The "easy" diseases such as measles, whooping cough, etc.

  • Goo
  • But, fynally, by that i can esteme by the nombre of theym that i sawe goo on foote the next daye, i think thare is lost above viij c.

  • Gog
  • There never dawns a day on which gog and magog are not well worth looking at and well worth listening to.

  • Keogh
  • Roosevelt rode ahead of the caravan, spending the first night with the langs, who were always friendly and hospitable and full of good talk, and rejoining merrifield and "the outfit" on the keogh trail a few miles westward next morning.

  • Re-Established
  • They had been placed in the treasury, and there they remained until esarhaddon re-established the kingdom of karduniash, and assur-bani-pal was forced to deliver up the statue of marduk and restore to the sanctuaries, now rebuilt, all the wealth of which his grandfather had robbed them: but before sending back the tablets, he ordered copies to be made of them, and his secretaries set to work to transcribe for his use such of these works as they considered worthy of reproduction.

  • Goth(Definition of goth)
  • Who can be goth enough to rub it out, who fanatic enough to paint over it the image of a saint simeon sitting alone on a pillar?

  • Gosh
  • But it ain't just her looks and trim shape and nobby little feet-it's the woman herself, by gosh!

  • Gorge(Definition of gorge)
  • The effect produced upon my mind at the first opening of its pages was in the same category as the effect produced by the discovery of that hidden statue in burgundy, or the coming upon an unexpected house in the turn of a high pyrenean gorge.

  • Lough(Definition of lough)
  • At lough gur various tales are told by the peasants concerning the dwarf, and he is still stated by them to be the brother of aine.

  • Ugh
  • "ugh," exclaimed anna, "what a green, boyish looking thing!

  • Go(Definition of go)
  • How much more good will it do you to go there than to stay at home and hoe my corn?

    O, wither would they go! And it's O, fickle Fortune, O!

    – In The Character Of A Ruined Farmer by Robert Burns
  • Goa
  • The romanism of the french and portuguese; the latter having its greatest development in the mahratta country, about goa.

  • Couch(Definition of couch)
  • Arthur on his couch groaned.

  • Sough(Definition of sough)
  • He assured me that everything was now at an end, and the sough o' the country would dree the fate o' a seven days' wonder.

  • Gouger
  • This was carried by acclamation; and the members without further discussion adjourned to the bar-room, where nim porter offered a bet-and not finding any one to take him up, continued to offer it during the evening-of fifty dollars to twenty-five, or one hundred to fifty, that eliphalet fox would run augustus postlethwaite tompkinson's whole team out of quodlibet in six months from that day:-that there would not be but two copies of the whole team taken in the borough, and that one of them would be michael grant's out at the hogback:-"for," said nim, with an oath, which i will not repeat-"i can see it in that liphlet fox's eye; if he isn't a gouger when his bile's fresh, there aint nothing in lavender on physiology, or fowler on the shape of heads."

  • Gouda
  • He had still been able to laugh as he saw the ginger-bread bakers and cotton-sellers fighting hand to hand, because in the first fright they had tossed their packages of wares hap-hazard into each other's open chests, and were now unable to separate their property; but he felt sincerely sorry for the delft crockery-dealer on the corner, whose light booth had been demolished by a large wagon from gouda, loaded with bales, and who now stood beside her broken wares, by means of which she supported herself and children, wringing her hands, while the driver, taking no notice of her, urged on his horses with loud cracks of his whip.

  • Rough(Definition of rough)
  • Conal with his sunburnt, bearded face, his rough hands, his eyes, bright with love and laughter, had made a woman of her, he told himself.

  • Re-Establishes
  • On the contrary, restitution re-establishes equality where an unjust taking has caused inequality.

  • Gui
  • Gui de thouars, who governed britany, jealous of the rapid progress made by his ally, the french king, promised to join the king of england with all his forces; and john ventured abroad with a considerable army, and landed at rochelle.

  • Gouge(Definition of gouge)
  • He will take that gouge to tophet with him.

  • Gooey
  • I got a bucket from the service porch and took the pancake turner to scrape the gooey nightmare into it. i even caught the drip off the edge, and it seemed quietly grateful to sink back to the parent glob in the pail, which by now amounted to about a quart.

  • Tough(Definition of tough)
  • "now," added thorne, "i was quite sure when the storekeeper appeared on the scene that he had hired the biggest tough in the settlement to make trouble for me.

  • Rouge(Definition of rouge)
  • What a study for the man who would watch the passions and emotions of his fellow-men, would the table of a rouge et noir gambling-house present -the skill and dexterity which games of other kinds require, being here wanting, leave the player free to the full abandonment of the passion.

  • Though(Definition of though)
  • The statue smiled its enigmatical smile, though, when the sky was overcast, there seemed to her a subtle warning in the smile.

  • Gu(Definition of gu)
  • I will build a house and name it duart; and if there are hills they shall be dun-da-gu and grieg, and the sound of winter torrents shall be to me as the sound of the waters of mull.

  • Guy(Definition of guy)
  • Perhaps they're going to have guy faux on horseback, and are getting ready the steed!

  • Gauge(Definition of gauge)
  • To have transported this only to portland on its way to market would have cost him $1,380. the saving in transportation to coos bay by eighty-five miles of narrow-gauge road would be to this one farmer on one year's crop $780." no wonder that in this district, as in all others in the state, the transportation question should be the burning one of the day.

    Autobiographical, I need my life to maybe hop on a page that'll end with a sigh, goodbye, with my mouth open cockin a gauge

    – State Of You by joe budden
  • Gush(Definition of gush)
  • A gush of fresh life ran through me and stirred in my veins in response to the fresh life of spring that seemed in the sunny air, in the green leaves fluttering round the bourse, in the white butterflies that floated across the dusty asphalt.

  • Goer(Definition of goer)
  • He was of antiquarian tastes, an ardent play-goer, a lover of whist and of the london streets; and these tastes are reflected in his essays of elia, contributed to the london magazine and reprinted in book form in 1823. from his mousing among the elisabethan dramatists and such old humorists as burton and fuller, his own style imbibed a peculiar quaintness and pungency.

  • Doug
  • And doug yetsko was his bodyguard, so most of the would-be assassins had died, also.

  • Waugh
  • David stuart william payne william deneale thompson mason richard ratcliffe george summers augustine j. smith james waugh hancock lee humphrey peake george graham john coleman acting in 1816-17 james coleman wm.

  • Bough(Definition of bough)
  • It would only be up to his knees, at any rate, and he could hold on to a bough with his left hand, while he fought desperately for his life with his right.

  • Doughy(Definition of doughy)
  • It may feel abnormally warm and doughy, and it may be painful.

  • Gouty(Definition of gouty)
  • My first unfortunate beginning occurred almost at the shop door, for master teddy, in all the rapture of first calling me "his very own," gave me such an energetic tap with the new stick, that i went over the smooth pavement as if i had been oiled; ran sharply over an old gentleman's gouty foot, and only checked myself in my mad career by slipping through some railings, and tumbling down a strange area.

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