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How to spell DOUHT correctly?

The correct spelling of "douht" is "doubt". Some possible suggestions for correcting the misspelling would be to use a spell checker, look up the correct spelling in a dictionary or ask someone who knows how to spell the word. Another helpful tactic is to sound out the word slowly and try to identify any incorrect letters or sounds.

List of suggestions on how to spell douht correctly

  • Bought
  • bout
  • daunt The challenging project did not daunt her determination to succeed.
  • doha She's from Doha, Qatar.
  • dolt I think the new hire is a total dolt.
  • don't I don't want to go outside when it's raining.
  • DOSH It was a very hot day and the DOSH team was busy cleaning up the mess.
  • Dost I cannot believe that Dost is reading my diary.
  • dot I placed a period at the end of the sentence, making it a simple dot.
  • Doth Many of the trees in the forest are doth.
  • Douay The Bible was translated from the ancient Greek and Aramaic texts known as the Douay Rheims Bible.
  • doubt After the accident, I had a lot of doubt about whether or not I could continue to be a dancer.
  • Doug I'm Doug, what's your name?
  • dough
  • doughty Good doughty deeds deserve a good turn in life.
  • doughy The pizza wasn't fully cooked, so the crust remained doughy and soft.
  • dour If she continued to be so dour, she would soon become a recluse.
  • drought There's a drought in the state.
  • duct The duct tape was falling off the wall.
  • duet The two singers were practicing their duet for the concert.
  • DUH "You need to plug it in first, duh!
  • dust
  • Fought
  • gout The intense pain in my feet was a warning sign that I was developing gout.
  • lout The lout threw a rock at the dog, which bit him on the hand.
  • nought She offered him her hand, but he refused, evidently unimpressed with her lack of nought.
  • ought I ought to study more for my upcoming exam.
  • out I'll meet you at the out door.
  • pout She would always pout whenever she didn't get what she wanted.
  • rout The football team suffered a devastating rout at the hands of their rivals.
  • sought He sought refuge in a nearby bush.
  • tout The town is full of tout shops.

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