Correct spelling for BAUGHT

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Possible correct spellings for baught

  • aught "If you should hear or find aught," said the policeman, "come to me, you know."
  • baht Give me a 500 baht gift afterwards if you want.
  • bait There is no bait which has more alluring attractions than the idea of possessing illimitable power over the minds of our fellow men; yet Don Luis was not caught by it.
  • bart Captain Robert Rolph looked a little chagrined at the suggestion respecting pigs; but he concealed his annoyance and walked briskly on beside his companion, Sir John Day, Bart of Brackley Hall, Surrey, a grey, florid, stoutly-built gentleman, whose aspect betokened much of his time being spent in the open air.
  • bat Now the warehouse stood dry-rotting and unkempt, its spaces regularly tenanted only by the owl and bat.
  • baud He sent an old Baud to interceed, And to perswade her to come back; That he might have one of her delicate breed, And he would give her a ha'p'uth of Sack: Therefore prithee now come to me, Or else poor I shall be undone: Then do not forgo me, But prithee come to me, Without Hood or Scarff, tho' rough, &c.
  • beaut "Go on! Keep running! That's a beaut! Take another! Make it a homer!" yelled the crowd, which was on its feet shouting like mad, waving hats, hands, handkerchiefs and college colors.
  • bight "Aye," assented old Humphreys, "there isn't one of 'em but what is the two ends and bight of a-scoundrel; and that supercargo with the yaller moustache and womany hands is the worst of the lot.
  • blight It may be almost doubted if there is any such thing as unmitigated evil; the brief though serious blight of the coffee plant in Ceylon has proved to be a blessing in disguise.
  • bough Half an hour later Arnold Evans announced that all those wishing to attend the pantomime, "The Mistletoe Bough," could obtain front seats in the hall.
  • bout A clear strong voice had broken joyously into song, and the words it sang were French: "C'est le Hasard, Qui, tot ou tard, Ici bas nous seconde; Car, D'un bout du monde A l'autre bout, Le Hasard seul fait tout."
  • bright Many of the dark lines had a thin bright line superposed in the middle, while on the other hand many of the bright lines had two or three points maxima of brightness.
  • burt Sesar Karvall, who had never recovered from his wounds, had died; Lady Lavina had turned the barony and the business over to her brother, Burt Sandrasan, and gone to live on Excalibur.
  • but But Ashton-Kirk shook his head.
  • haughty "The Tavoras are of a haughty and revengeful disposition, and it would be well to guard against them.
  • naught Meanwhile the valorous Sir Ballantyne saweth wood but sayeth naught.
  • ought Brighton ought to be fair and beautiful on such a morning as this; perhaps by-and-by she might come to have a glimpse of the pale yellow terraces of the distant town.
  • taught Another thing taught us by the Prayer Book's history is the duty of being forever on our guard in the religious life against "the falsehood of extremes."
  • Bought 17,039. Have you ever bought shawls or veils in Edinburgh?
  • Brought And her nurse catched it some way, and brought it to her, and what do you think?
  • Caught He caught sight of the face of Miss Carvel within, and stopped abruptly.
  • naughty "He's sure to give me sixpence if I worrit him long enough," thought the naughty little girl.

60 words made from the letters baught

4 letter words made from baught:

gaub, ghat, baht, tahu, bugh, gath, haub, bhau, baug, guba, huat, huta, guth, bath, tagh, tuah, tabu, tuba, thua, utah, guta, bahu, buah, tugh, bahg, buha, taub, bagh, thug, gthu, gaut, haug, abut.

3 letter words made from baught:

uta, gat, hug, thb, tub, bat, gab, hat, hut, tab, aug, hag, bag, bug, tug, but, tag, gut, hub, tau.

5 letter words made from baught:

bahut, baugh, aught, bugha, gubat, bhuta, tugba.

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