How to spell LOUGHT correctly?

We think the word lought is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable.

List of suggestions on how to spell lought correctly

  • aught Let us see if aught remains."
  • dough I told her I'd bring her back some dough an' if I can hang on an' git it, I'll hang on.
  • doughty The doughty knight spake to his mother and his sister too, when that he saw them both: To us is come Siegfried, the hero from Netherland; him my brother Gunther hath sent hither to the Rhine.
  • laugh "All right, sir," Jack said at last, with a light laugh.
  • light "Come into the light.
  • loot I'll bet that each time that you went over with him, he took loot an' disposed of it.
  • lot And, later on, of course Claude would make a lot of money.
  • loud "Just now it is quite as loud as Mr Montmorency's watch.
  • lough I came back across Lough Swilly early that morning, he said in conclusion, and travelled at once to London.
  • lout The lout ran too.
  • nought There's nought t' happen on that day for t' make me forget feyther.
  • ought What ought I to have done that I haven't done?
  • sought There, sir, if only to have told you this, I am glad that you have sought an interview.
  • thought I thought I could do it, and I did.
  • wrought The time passeth: Lord, help, that all wrought!
  • Bought Amarilly, we've bought a farm!
  • Fought It saved me when I fought two men.
  • LOTT Professor Lott of Pittsburgh, Penn., has attracted attention as one of the very first violoncellists of the country.

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