Correct spelling for TUAGHT

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Possible correct spellings for tuaght

  • Aught(Definition of aught)
  • No, my father, if there is aught to be done, you and i must do it.

  • Tight(Definition of tight)
  • "hold on tight, youngster.

  • Naught(Definition of naught)
  • I assured her that the horror of it was all passed and that she had naught to fear.

  • Utah
  • Tribune, salt lake city, utah.

  • Ought(Definition of ought)
  • I don't know anything at all that i ought to know."

  • Taught(Definition of taught)
  • Athelstan king and a hundred like him whom india has picked from british stock and taught, can answer truly that she has won it back again from each by very purity of purpose.

  • Tate(Definition of tate)
  • What made them expensive was that they had been tailor-made to the commissioner's specifications, and his specifications had provided him with two rather exact duplicates of the two types of scout fighting ships in which squadron commander tate had made space hideous for evildoers in the good old days.

  • Teat(Definition of teat)
  • I took an opportunity when they were filling of water, there being then half the ships company ashore; and i found all these very willing to do it. i desired them to say nothing, till i had tried the minds of the other half, which i intended to do the next day; it being their turn to fill water then; but one of these men, who seemed most forward to invite back captain swan, told captain read and captain teat of the project, and they presently disswaded the men from any such designs.

  • Caught(Definition of Caught)
  • Mrs. cameron caught her breath when for a moment he carried her fingers to his lips.

  • Tut(Definition of Tut)
  • He ain't the kind of an uncle, either, who would stand off and chuckle a minute before interruptin' with a mild "tut-tut, now, young folks!"

  • Taunt(Definition of taunt)
  • You can never taunt me with that.

  • Daughter(Definition of daughter)
  • Here is my daughter.

  • Tart(Definition of tart)
  • Milly and olly thought there never was such nice bread and such nice apple-tart.

  • Taut(Definition of taut)
  • There was a peculiar sternness in wayne shandon's voice that made his cousin start in a way which, to shandon's taut nerves, seemed instantly a sign of guilt.

  • Tat(Definition of tat)
  • But a blast-bolt struck the ship's metal hull only feet from calhoun, and he whipped around to the other side and let loose a staccato rat-tat-tat of fire which emptied the rifle of all its charges.