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Correct spelling for AUGHTA
We think the word aughta 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 aughta
- Aught(Definition of aught)
- Auto(Definition of auto)
- Eight(Definition of eight)
- Naught(Definition of naught)
- Taught(Definition of taught)
- Aorta(Definition of aorta)
- Ought(Definition of ought)
- Haughty(Definition of haughty)
- Naughty(Definition of naughty)
- Caught(Definition of Caught)
And so it was at sunset she found herself upon the borders of the westland kingdom, and too weary for aught else, she begged shelter of a peasant woman and slept soundly until morning.
The importunities of this last class of admirers became so numerous that during the winter of 1894 he wrote and had printed what he called his "auto-analysis."
"thora was only eight years old when her father placed the pillar at the head of his mother's grave.
Near thee the self-collected soul knows naught of error or of crime; thy waters, murmuring as they roll, transform his musings into rhyme.
Poor, sad humanity through all the dust and heat turns back with bleeding feet, by the weary road it came, unto the simple thought by the great master taught, and that remaineth still: not he that repeateth the name, but he that doeth the will!
To suggest to him that his malady had any affinity to any known affection was to outrage him, since the mere supposition would reduce him to a species of equality with some one else,-a thought infinitely worse than any mere physical suffering; and, indeed, to avoid this shocking possibility, he vacillated as to the locality of his disorder, making it now in the lung, now in the heart, at one time in the bronchial tubes, at another in the valves of the aorta.
We'd be right peaceable was they to throw their hoofs outta heah.
I ought to write.
For his part, he had decided that he would witness the proceedings in rigid silence, with a haughty air of disapproval.
Was i very naughty to you, jan, as a baby?"
I caught a murmur from de lacy's lips, "so soon!"