What is the correct spelling for GOTOUT?
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Correct spellings for GOTOUT
- coot Rare birds A redhead in Nottinghamshire in March is Britains first An American coot at Stodmarsh, Kent in April is Britains first An indigo bunting on Ramsey Island, Pembrokeshire in October is Britains first A cedar waxwing in Nottingham in February is Britains second, but the first to be seen by large numbers of observers A great knot on Teesside in October is Britains second, but the first to be seen by large numbers of observers A Caspian plover on Shetland in June is Britains fourth A calandra lark on the Isles of Scilly in April is Britains fifth During October, the Isles of Scilly also hosted two black-and-white warblers and Britains sixth buff-bellied pipit A Spanish sparrow arrives in Cumbria in July to begin a year-long stay; few observers had seen this species in Britain previously The influx of Arctic redpolls of the race exilipes which began in late 1995 continued, and became the largest recorded invasion of this species into the country
- goat This is going to make a most amusing anecdote. Never did float, wreck of a boat. What a dumb goat! – Bon Voyage by Unknown Author
- good Universal Good CUNEGONDE, PAQUETTE, CANDIDE,MAXIMILIAN We have learned, and understood, Everything that is, is good; – Universal Good by Unknown Author
- gouty But I, who never had a grandfather, and hardly tasted wine till I was thirty years old-why, I feel ashamed to call myself gouty .