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Correct spellings for OUTHT

  • all time low
  • aught He waited to see if she had aught further to say.
  • beat a hasty retreat
  • constricted visions
  • narrow outlook
  • oat Plummer had been pushing his Regulars thru the corn and oat fields toward the battery which he wanted to take, and was within 200 yards of it when Capt.
  • oath "Let him alone," roared Evil-Eye, with a horrible oath.
  • Oaths Such a step would not be condemned either by the Gods who received our oaths, or by the men who witnessed them.
  • Ot Common prudence demanded that we should quit the Halbrane, which might slide down at a sharp shake ot the iceberg.
  • other Who was the other?
  • OTOH
  • Otto But Otto never allowed an opportunity to be mean to escape him.
  • ought This is not the kind of thing you ought to be doing.
  • oust The Free State people are not friendly to it, and many politicians in Cape Colony would like to recover it for the Colony, while many white adventurers would like to prospect for mines, or to oust the natives from the best lands.
  • out She went out and left them.
  • outdo Of course I would not say that the birds were consciously striving to outdo each other in song; it was the old feud between males in the love season, not a war of words or of blows, but of song.
  • outed
  • outer Peter, to my surprise, is not in his customary place when I reach the outer street door.
  • outhit
  • outta Pa learned us to read outta them.
  • That Do you think she doesn't see that?
  • thought She had but one thought.
  • ut "Doan't like the look o' ut.
  • utah 2 There were 3,185 slaves in the District of Columbia and 29 in the Territory of Utah, with all the rest of the country absolutely free.
  • ute "In the east," said the young Ute.
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