What is the correct spelling for SOUGT?
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Correct spellings for SOUGT
- gout The knight grimaced ruefully, and begged Robin to think of his gout .
- joust She would have scorned to set her beauty to compete with those who were not beautiful, even as a proved knight would scorn to joust with an unskilled boor.
- scoot Fly, children, scoot , and hop into bed as you are.
- scot Murray and Graham, struck with sounds never breathed over the vulgar dead, lingered at the porch wondering what noble Scot could be the subject of lamentation in so lowly an abode.
- scott The Project Gutenberg eBook, Lord Elgin, by John George Bourinot, Edited by Duncan Campbell Scott and Pelham Edgar This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
- scout "I've got the Air Scout out in the meadow.
- snout He has a small snout , reminding one of that of a pig; while his piercing little eyes are deeply hidden in his fur.
- soot She wears a little sailor hat of black straw that has long been exposed to the dust and soot of London and has seldom if ever been brushed.
- sort "Something of that sort ," replied Ashton-Kirk.
- sot I wondered if the lonely old occupant ever see reflected in them tall mirrors the faces of them who had gone from him as he sot there at that table, like some Solomon on his throne.
- sough When she stood there again it was the brown withered leaves that rustled around her, and the wind had a wintry sough in it. But I had health and strength in every limb, and in my heart sunny memories-that will never leave it-of the pleasantest voyage ever I have made in my life.
- sought The sea-wood sought he.
- SGT MISSISSIPPI Lt. John N. Alexander, Jackson Sgt . Maj. C. J. Craggs, Greenville Major Alex.
- soughed But, although every now and then the wind curled and soughed about her, it was not violent, nor was it chilling; and she came to regard it as a wail of discomfiture.