Correct spelling for ROGHT
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Possible correct spellings for roght
- aright Where art thou to lift me and hold me aright?
- bright It was a very bright and very busy Saturday morning.
- drought Well, there will come a drought by and by that will cure that."
- fright Her friends say that the fright has turned her brain, but that if kindly treated and kept quiet, she will come round, and do all that is required of her.
- ought And you ought to give them something too, Kitty.
- rat When you come to finding something to like in that rat, I surrender.
- right "That is all right.
- riot My own opinion is that we're threatened with the most serious riot which London has known in my time.
- rod A middle-aged man with a straw hat on the back of his head and a big pair of spectacles on the end of his nose, he held out his long rod with a steady hand and waited for a bite, in an attitude of supreme indifference to Germans, guns, hatred, tears and all the miserable stupidities of people who do not fish.
- roget De Roget says, that in animals that graze and keep their heads for a long time in a dependent position, the danger from an excessive impetus in the blood flowing towards the head is much greater than in other animals; and we find that an extraordinary provision is made to obviate this danger.
- root It was plain that he must take root there and grow-or die.
- rot Mamma had stuffed him with a lot of rot about gratitude-about Vievie sacrificing herself to him on account of gratitude.
- rota Reed-warblers were not found by the NAMRU2 party at Rota in 1945, nor have they been reported from Tinian.
- rote Each calf did vote, And swear by Rote He was a good Freeholder.
- roth Another object of interest described by Ling Roth is a highly ornate fragment on an article which originally had the shape of a brass sistrum, consisting of two bell forms, a large and a small one, grafted onto one handle.
- rough He was emphatically a " Rough and Ready."
- rout Rending his robes, and shrieking a shrill shriek, He hurriedly gave orders to his host; Then headlong rushed in rout and heedless ruin.
- route It was near sunset when our travellers reached the highest point of their route, nearly 14,000 feet above the level of the sea!
- rut A long and seafed silent rut.
- wright "We have been sent by Mr. Wright with a note to Donovan," Sam replied.
- wrought Now he had no pity on these cruel Churchmen, as they had been without pity for him; he knocked them over, battered them, broke their arms and legs, and wrought terrible havoc among them; and during this time Adam Spencer kept the door so that none might escape.
- Brought "Here's Doctor Alwyn, whom you brought here last night.
- Righter "It's all right-it's all right?" she questioned, through the flood of her dissolving doubts; and "I give you my word it never was righter!" he laughed back at her, holding her close.
- Robt Goodwin 1200 Samuell Cooper 150 Jno. Fips 150 Tho Wooton 150 Edward Moss 759 Rebecka Watkins 100 Wm. Whitaker 1800 Hampton Parish 200 Bruton parish Gleabe 300 Robt.
- Rights They believed that if Napoleon could only set foot on shore he must gain the rights of Habeas Corpus.
- RT "Listen, Miss Dolly: "On Wednesday did a carter see His Grace, the Duke of Ch-rt-s-a, As plump and helpless as a bag, A-straddle of a big-boned nag.
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Misspelling of the day
- at heels of