How to spell MOGHT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell moght correctly

  • Bought I bought a new pair of shoes for the wedding.
  • Fought
  • mart
  • mat I need to clean the mat after my yoga practice.
  • matt " Matt just bought a new car and he's really excited to show it off.
  • meat I had a delicious steak for dinner last night, it was the best meat I've had in a while.
  • meet I am excited to meet my new coworkers today.
  • Met
  • might
  • mighty The knight swung his mighty sword at the dragon.
  • mit
  • mitt
  • moat The castle was surrounded by a deep and wide moat, making it very difficult for enemies to penetrate.
  • mod
  • mode
  • MOET I would like a Moet champagne.
  • Moho The Moho is a seamount jutting up from the ocean floor.
  • moiety In many Native American cultures, each individual belongs to a certain moiety based on their family lineage.
  • moist The cake was deliciously moist, thanks to the addition of sour cream.
  • molt Snakes molt their skin approximately once every six to eight weeks.
  • monet I have always been fascinated by the ethereal beauty of Monet's Water Lilies paintings.
  • Mont
  • mood I feel a bit down today, my mood is down.
  • moot The argument about who should lead the team became moot when the coach appointed a new captain.
  • Mort Tom's grandfather passed away yesterday, it was a heartbreaking news as Mort was his role model.
  • mosh
  • most I think the most interesting book in the library is the one about the wolves.
  • mot
  • mote The Molten Mountain covered in mote.
  • motet The Renaissance composer, Josquin des Prez, was known for his exceptional motets.
  • moth My sister wears moth-eaten clothes.
  • mott The word "mott" means a type of fungus.
  • motto A good motto is a wonderful thing.
  • moult As summer approaches, birds start to moult and grow new feathers.
  • mount The mount of Olympus is considered the home of the twelve Olympian gods in Greek mythology.
  • mouth Let's go to the mouth of the cave.
  • mt I am planning to climb mt Everest someday.
  • mutt I have a mutt named Cairo.
  • nought It was a tough game, but we came away with a nought.
  • ought
  • sought I sought refuge in the woods.

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