Correct spelling for BOAGHT
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Possible correct spellings for boaght
- baht He stuffed the five baht coin into his pocket.
- bait He turned them loose at the castle gate, Ower muir and moss and ilka dale; And she ne'er let the Wanton bait, But kept him a-galloping hame to her foal.
- bart By Sir J. E. Millais, Bart.
- bat In accordance with the first law of motion, if it were acted upon by no other force than the impulse given by the bat, it should travel along the straight line A B at the uniform rate of 200 feet per second, and at the end of the fourth second it should be 800 feet from A, at the point marked 4, but during these four seconds its weight has caused it to fall 256 feet, and its actual position, 4', is 256 feet below the point 4. In this way we find its position at the end of each second, 1', 2', 3', 4', etc.
- beat Keep her here and let her marry some fightin' lumber jack that'd beat her?
- bight We were taken prisoner, and Ben was mad as fire, and they were scared of him and chained him to the deck; and while he was sulking there, a little parrot of a midshipman come up and grinned at him, and snapped his fingers in his face; and Ben lifted his hands with the heavy irons and sprung at him like a tiger, and the boy dropped dead as a stone; and they put the bight of a rope round Ben's neck and slung him right up to the yard-arm, and there he swung back and forth until as soon as we dared one of us clim' up and cut the rope and let him go over the ship's side; and they put us in irons for that, curse 'em!
- boast I am glad to hear we are not so very much less civilised than our old friends and allies, who are apt to boast themselves so much our superiors," returned the stranger.
- boat We returned unmolested to the boat, and pulled back for the ship.
- bogart I now wrote to Mr. Bogart for packages best adapted to the shipping of cherries, currants, and raspberries.
- boot He is dressed in a brightly striped vest, a short, heavy cloth coat, cut away in front and with lapels trimmed with brass buttons, swallowtails behind, also trimmed with brass buttons, stock wound around his neck, and tight trousers down to his boot-tops.
- bot Storyss to rede ar delitabill, Supposs that thai be nocht bot fabill; Than suld storyss that suthfast wer, And thai war said in gud maner, Have doubill plesance in heryng.
- bough Near the house was a noble cedar, with one particularly fine bough under the shade of which the Petersham School children and the "Old Scholars" had their tea on festive occasions, followed by merry games in the grounds.
- bout Well, well-oughtn't to tell tales out of school, and certainly not to the Usher: but your mother and I, sir, had the fortune, this morning, to witness a bout of fisticuffs-Whig against Tory-and perhaps it will not altogether distress you to learn that the Whig took a whipping.
- Bought 1 Bought by Major Postell for $1590 1 do.
- Brought He had foreseen it for some time, for in 1849 he had written to Mrs. Brookfield from Paris, What brought me to this place?
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