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Correct spellings for TUAGHT

  • aught "Nay," said the King, "I deserve better words at thy mouth than these; for thou knowest that I would give thee aught thou carest to ask, even if it be the half of my Kingdom."
  • daughter His daughter , I believe, married a Mr. Hilbery."
  • naught A short month ago, the world promised naught but happiness, and now every feeling of joy lay crushed and blighted.
  • ought There's a name on them, or ought to be."
  • tart The less tart fruits require a little lemon-juice sprinkled on them.
  • tat I am trying to be brave and work, but no Puff-tat and all work is like death....
  • tate Holati Tate glanced at Trigger.
  • taught "She hadn't been taught a thing but eat an' drink.
  • taunt This last taunt she hopes will make people "do something."
  • taut Their nerves were strung as taut as vibrating electric wires, their hearts pounded till they shook their frames.
  • teat The flat glass nursing-bottle itself is too well known to need description; it may be well, however, to say a word about the teat that covers its narrow neck, and through which the infant sucks the food.
  • tight But your father, bless him, held tight .
  • utah He declared the Union to be the greatest of blessings, which he would maintain in every way against whatever dangers might threaten it; he advised the admission of California, which wished to come in as a free state; he thought that the territories of Utah and New Mexico should be left as they were; and he warned the Texans, who were blustering about certain alleged rights to New Mexican soil, and threatening to take them by force of arms, that this could not be permitted, and that the matter would have to be settled by the judicial authority of the United States.
  • Caught "Now I've caught you.
  • Tut "Oh, tut-tut," he said quickly; "let that rest."

34 words made from the letters TUAGHT

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