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Correct spelling for TAUAGHT

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Possible correct spellings for tauaght

  • Haughty(Definition of haughty)
  • In that cold, abstracted gaze, that pale and haughty brow, i read the disdain of obstacles, which is worthy of one who is confident of the goal.

  • Caught(Definition of Caught)
  • I caught my breath and realised that now the whole right corner of the barn was gone.

  • Naught(Definition of naught)
  • Now go in, ponder my words; and if thou find them false, then say my power is naught in prophecy.

  • Aught(Definition of aught)
  • For aught they know, their house may be watched; so they will come out in some of their servants' clothes.

  • Tough(Definition of tough)
  • This proved a tough job, and occupied full two hours.

  • Daughter(Definition of daughter)
  • O yes y' do, daughter.

  • Naughty(Definition of naughty)
  • Yet, in verity, i caught her up into mine arms, and kissed her, for a sweet and naughty maid; and she very willing, now that she had gotten something of her way.

  • Tatar(Definition of tatar)
  • His eyes, the brightest and clearest in the world, sought me out, and by a look, he brought me to his side, the people making way readily enough-real princes cheerfully taking the wall for this tatar prince born in the marais!

  • Thought(Definition of thought)
  • The thought is bitterness.

  • Tight(Definition of tight)
  • You saved me from a dreadfully tight corner."

  • Taunt(Definition of taunt)
  • The word had come to her lips, but she had not the courage to invoke the consequences of such a taunt.

  • Doughty(Definition of doughty)
  • Then spake the doughty hagen: it may well grieve us and all thy knights that he ever rode for battle to the rhine.

  • Taught(Definition of taught)
  • Israel is being taught falsehoods by priests and prophets!

    Is very seldom taught To natives of the desert Which tribes of old have sought

    – Mystical End by iced earth
  • Taut(Definition of taut)
  • There are long ropes and short ropes, upright and slanting, straight and bent, taut and slack, all criss-cross and a-tangle, to the height of three feet or so in inextricable disorder.

  • Ought(Definition of ought)
  • "you ought to see me at it!

  • Target(Definition of target)
  • The fire had entered the canyon, the hollow roar swept up and filled target with the same fright that possessed me.

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