How to spell TAOGHT correctly?

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  • aught He suddenly addressed Ganelon in whispered tones: "Hast thou aught against the nephew of Charles?
  • naught May you and I both meet with naught but kindness from the people of this land!
  • ought I ought not to be.
  • tact But Gerald was not thinking he showed a horrid want of tact.
  • taft Largely upon their recommendation, the President appointed a second commission, headed by Judge William Howard Taft to carry on the work of organizing civil government which had already begun under military direction and gradually to take over the legislative power.
  • tag You know the old tag, 'A daughter's a daughter all the days of her life,' and you will be none the less my child when you are the mistress of Rostrevor Castle."
  • tao Laotzse's circlet or ring is the Tao.
  • taoist Note: "The Queen of Heaven," whose name is Tian Hou, or more exactly, Tian Fe Niang Niang, is a Taoist goddess of seamen, generally worshiped in all coast towns.
  • target We climbed higher and still higher, till Target reached the cliff and could go no farther.
  • tart You will then perceive that she was in the extremely inconvenient predicament of having quarrelled, not indeed with her bread and cheese, but certainly with her chicken and tart-a predicament all the more inconvenient to her, because the habit of idleness had quite unfitted her for earning those necessary superfluities, and because, with all her fascinations, she had not secured any enthusiastic friends whose houses were open to her, and who were dying to see her.
  • tat
  • taught I taught English in Japan for three years.
  • taut The rope was so taut that it broke after only a few inches.
  • thought
  • tight
  • tights I always feel so sexy when I wear my new pair of black tights.
  • toast Toast your Rye for breakfast.
  • tog I tog a toffeel from the oven.
  • tonight
  • toot
  • tooth
  • tort I was torturing myself trying to remember where I had put my car keys.
  • tot
  • tough
  • tout
  • trot Mrs Trotter took her horse for a trot.
  • Caught And he caught the ten something train to Halstead.
  • Tarot As in spite of its modest pretensions, this monograph is, so far as I am aware, the first attempt to provide in English a complete synoptic account of the Tarot, with its archaeological position defined, its available symbolism developed, and-as a matter of curiosity in occultism-with its divinatory meanings and modes of operation sufficiently exhibited, it is my wish, from the literate standpoint, to enumerate those text-books of the subject, and the most important incidental references thereto, which have come under my notice.

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