What is the correct spelling for VOUGH?
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Correct spellings for VOUGH
- bough Then all at once, with a crash a dead bough fell in front of him, missing him by not more than fifteen inches.
- cough And then had come that awful morning when he first commenced to cough .
- dough Coffee was prepared, and dough made of flour and baking powder was baked either in the tin oven or a Dutch oven.
- lough There was a detachment of some twenty-five men at a place called Green Castle, which was an old fort at the entrance of Lough Swilly, not far off the Giant's Causeway.
- rough "The man-regiment will go another road-a little longer, but not so rough .
- sough There, on the spot where two months earlier in the season the sunny and lively group of villagers making cider under the trees had greeted Cytherea's eyes, was nothing now intelligible but a vast cloak of darkness, from which came the low sough of the elms, and the occasional creak of the swinging sign.
- though He need not have though .
- tough Anyway, I meant to, but he's tough in the hide, and I'm half afraid I wasn't quite up to my usual form."
- vogue "That's one thing I find very much in vogue nowadays.
- vouch I remember something which caused much comment early in 1875. I can vouch for the details, so far as I relate them.
- vow He made a solemn vow that all should be done that very day.
- waugh Lieutenant Crow has delivered them over to Captain Waugh , and returns to you in a day or two.
- weigh And sometimes the thought of all he was bearing seemed to weigh me to the earth.
- Ugh She was not quick enough entirely to avert her face, and in the embrace his Adam's apple was against her throat so that she could feel it beat, and with her nails biting into her palm to keep her from screaming, she was shrieking over and over to herself at his nearness: "Ugh!
- Pugh The force that moved into the field was not only confronted by the brigade under Colonel Pugh , but its flank was commanded by the Seventeenth and Twenty-fifth Kentucky, which General Lauman promptly wheeled to the left, against the fence bounding the westerly face of the field.
- Hugh Mr Hugh Richardson has supplied me with the following list of questions, through many of which his scholars at Bootham School, York, have worked.
- Vaughn "I can't help it; I'm perfectly fascinated by those foolish things, and I know I should have bought some; so it is well that I've lost my money, perhaps," answered Daisy, looking so innocently penitent and so frankly disappointed that Mr. Vaughn said kindly:- "So it is, for now I have a chance to complete my Christmas present.