How to spell COAUGHT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell coaught correctly

  • aught How can she know aught about it-havin' none of her own?
  • cart The heavy luggage was to follow in the farm-cart.
  • coach Would you like to know what she called you to-day in the coach?"
  • coast We are to start on the long march to the coast to-morrow.
  • coat "Catch hold of the tail of my coat and then you won't lose us.
  • couch She arose, stepped half-way to the door, but came back and flung herself again upon the couch.
  • cough Also I cough a little.
  • count I don't love him in the way that you and I count love.
  • court It is like a court train.
  • curt He took up his paper again; and Sara, feeling sore and resentful, rose, said a curt "Very well," and walked out.
  • dough Made me some dough doing lots of the building.
  • doughty As there was an inordinate desire among the doughty and dusky warriors to wear these turbans, it follows that the population was being gradually but surely thinned out.
  • doughy The muddy mixture was shovelled into the hopper by spavined-looking old men, while, trudging wearily round and round, the spavined old horse ground it all up till it slowly squashed out at the bottom of the barrel, in a doughy compound, all ready for the moulds.
  • gout He had entered, although happily he did not know it, on the last decade of his life; and was already beginning to suffer from the two diseases, gout and ophthalmia, which were soon to undermine his strength and endurance.
  • haughty It was an attitude of polite but haughty condescension.
  • naught "T'other's a bit of a present for you-naught to do with the reward-a trifle from me.
  • nougat We teach you how to make French bonbons, nougat, chocolate creams and all the finest candies.
  • nought You are hanging on my arm, and I have hold of your hand; compared with this, all is as nought.
  • ought "I ought to know it.
  • sought He had sought Yvonne out on the very first night when she had crawled shivering to that corner of the room where she usually slept.
  • taught Bounding Bull never taught that to me.
  • thought "I thought I heard you talking to somebody.
  • wrought All through the night it followed her, and when morning came the haggard misery it had wrought upon her face had robbed it of all its youth.
  • Bought There is no one who has earned his career but Dr. Reed; he owes nothing to anyone; he has done it all by his own exertions; and now he has bought a London practice.
  • Caught They were caught in a trap.
  • Fought Only the other day, once again the Ulster Division and the Sixteenth Irish Division, shoulder to shoulder, have fought and died for Ireland.
  • Coughed Her uncle coughed insinuatingly in his beard.
  • CATT Get out your shovel, Mr. Catt!
  • naughty She sobbed and moaned, and with clasped hands repeated her vow to be good, good, good; never to be naughty again so long as she lived!

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