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Study the word list: ought and aught words

The letters ought and aught can be used to spell the sound /ort/.

Word list: ought and aught words

bought He bought me a huge bunch of flowers.
brought The lost child was brought back home.
thought I thought you'd be ready by now.
sought They sought the escaped prisoner.
nought Nought means nothing.
caught The thief was caught in the act.
fraught There was a fraught silence.
distraught She was distraught at the thought of her kitten lost in the cold.
naughty The naughty child needed supervision.
haughty His manner was haughty and rude.
daughter My brother's daughter is my niece.
slaughter The lambs were taken to slaughter.

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