How to spell CAOUGHT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell caought correctly

  • aught There is nothing that can happen to us, however terrible, however miserable, that can justify tears and lamentations and make them aught but a weakness.
  • clout For he can bravely clout his shoone, And he full well can ring a bell.
  • couch Consciousness returned slowly and he raised himself with pain from his rough couch.
  • cough There are times when you must cough.
  • count What do you count on?
  • court "She has a good heart," went on the other, "and our Lord no doubt will find some work for her to do at Court."
  • curt I think you should have appreciated my position-my motives-er-my-" She silenced me-luckily, heaven knows-with a curt exclamation.
  • dough A cap of dough!
  • doughty Doughty was arrested, tied to the mast, and threatened with dire punishment if he did not mend his ways.
  • doughy Any aplomb that he projected could only belie this frantic attempt to make sense out of his impressions of the world-impressions like indentations of a cookie cutter on his doughy brain, and impressions that were interpreted and warped within the pull of memory.
  • gout He couldn't take any exercise just then, for his last attack of gout had been very severe, and his left foot was still swathed and slippered.
  • haughty I took you for nothing but a haughty land-owner, without a word to fling at a poor fisherman.
  • naught There's naught to stop here for, is there?
  • nougat THIS chapter I shall have to make one of recipes chiefly, for it treats of a branch of cooking not usually found in cookery books, or at least there is seldom anything on the art of confectionery beyond molasses or cream taffy and nougat.
  • nought Once at home, the happy Modeste forgot her pretended illness and her disguise, and dressed herself charmingly, humming as she came down to dinner,- " Nought is sleeping-Heart!
  • ought We ought to know."
  • sought She sought to tell herself that she was not afraid of the snow, of being lost, of being unable to find Gratton.
  • taught "You've taught several terms.
  • thought No; I thought you would get me back into Flint's.
  • wrought And if the waters of the Atlantic did not part for them, the wanderers rode its bitter flood by a miracle as great as any the rod of Moses ever wrought.
  • Bought 3282. Is it bought in by a shopkeeper at Dunrossness?
  • Caught He caught her wrists.
  • Fought "Colonel Mellersh fought hard against my wishes at first, but he yielded at last out of pity.
  • Coughed Suthep smoked and coughed.
  • naughty What you did just now; it's very naughty indeed.

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