Correct spelling for VOT

We think the word vot is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for vot

  • Sot(Definition of sot)
  • You'll be sot up like a princess, and never have nothing to do no more.

  • Rot(Definition of rot)
  • It's all rot to talk about the free man, the man whose soul is his own.

  • Bot(Definition of bot)
  • If wee should doe so, the lord wold be angrie with us, and our posterity could not bot curss us.

  • Vdt
  • Dot(Definition of dot)
  • The dot, as dr. javal suggests, should be set on a level with the top of the l rather than on a level with the top of the t.

  • Vote(Definition of vote)
  • Voa
  • Mot(Definition of mot)
  • The puppet-show was shut up sooner than he expected; but the jester had kept his most wonderful mot for the last.

  • Volt(Definition of volt)
  • Vat(Definition of vat)
  • Easily the beast was forced into the vat.

  • Wot(Definition of Wot)
  • Ot
  • "i-dinks-ot-ish-likely-vot-he-does," assented otto, speaking with such deliberation that jack looked in his face, laughed and nodded his head, approvingly.

  • Tot(Definition of tot)
  • "i get hungry," answered tot.

  • Pot(Definition of pot)
  • I have given directions for some particular roasts which require a preparation; as for others which are served with sauces, they may be found under their respective heads: and for the trimmings of meat, &c. i have wrote a receipt to make into soup, or they may be put into the beef stock pot.

  • Jot(Definition of jot)
  • "not so, my father," returned thaddeus, steadfastly, but with reverence; "i can never admit that the title of somerset should sacrifice one jot of its inherited accustomed munificence by making any such alienation of its means."

  • Hot(Definition of hot)
  • It makes me hot to think about it."

  • Vow(Definition of vow)
  • Got(Definition of Got)
  • You got it all right?

  • Not(Definition of not)
  • I did not understand what he meant.

  • Lot(Definition of lot)
  • I been over a whole lot of it, and i know.

  • Vt
  • Vol
  • Vet(Definition of vet)
  • There was a chauffeur in this interesting household, but he was several other things as well, and was a better dog-doctor than the vet.

  • Cot(Definition of cot)
  • Jack sat down on the edge of his cot and gazed across the tent at the others.