How to spell FOUHT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell fouht correctly

  • Bought
  • bout He won the boxing bout by knockout in the third round.
  • fahd
  • fat She always avoided eating anything she thought would make her fat.
  • fault It's not his fault that he arrived late.
  • faust
  • feat He achieved the incredible feat of climbing Mount Everest three times.
  • Feet I love to walk on the sand and feel the warmth between my feet.
  • feud
  • fiat The government issued a fiat prohibiting the use of plastic bags in grocery stores.
  • fight I don't want to fight with anyone.
  • fit I need to go for a run because I want to be fit for my upcoming vacation.
  • flout He decided to flout the rules and climb over the fence.
  • FOCH Foch was a remarkable French general who achieved victory on the Western Front during World War I.
  • foist I don't want to foist my beliefs on anyone else.
  • font She changed the font on her resume to make it stand out.
  • food I am going to cook some delicious food tonight.
  • foot
  • Footy
  • ford I crossed the ford in the stream to get to the other side.
  • fort The fort was built on top of a hill to protect the soldiers during the war.
  • forte
  • forth I will bring that information forth at the next meeting.
  • forty
  • Fought The two armies fought fiercely until one emerged as the victor.
  • foul
  • found
  • fount The children played around the sparkling fount in the center of the park.
  • four
  • fourth I finished the fourth chapter of the book last night.
  • fruit I had a delicious fruit salad for breakfast.
  • ft
  • Fud
  • FUT I futted my breakfast.
  • gout My grandfather suffered from gout in his feet.
  • lout The lout spilled his drink all over the expensive rug.
  • nought After a year of losses, the company's balance sheet showed nought profits.
  • ought I ought to babysit.
  • out I am going out to buy some groceries.
  • pout She tended to pout whenever she didn't get her way.
  • rout My plan was derailed when the traffic got stuck on the rout.
  • sought They sought revenge on the assassin.
  • tout I'll tell you everything you want to know.

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