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OT—Cont.
OU (see OO and OW)
boycot
complot
forgot
apricot
not
plot
pot
quat
rot
shot
sot
spot
squat
counterplot
idiot
melilot
polyglot
OUCH
couch
slouch
crouch
vouch
ouch
avouch
pouch
barouche
OLD
cloud
aloud
crowd
enshroud
loud
o'ercloud
proud
o'ershroud
shroud
blotch
botch
crotch
OTCH
notch watch
OTE
remote
anecdote
mote
note
quote
rote
smote
throat
tote
vote
wrote
antidote
asymptote
petticoat
table d'hote
OTH
sloth troth wrath
Also the preterites of some verbs in on; as bow'd.
OUGH
This much abused combina­tion of letters—the terror of foreigners who try to speak our tongue—has no fewer than nine different sounds, as enum­erated below.
cough as in off
chough
rough
slough
sough
tough
bough
plough
hough
lough
hiccough as in cup
slough as in slow
through as in too
dough
though
ought
thought
bloat
boat
coat
float
goat
gloat
groat
lote
moat.
afloat
denote
devote
lifeboat
misquote
promote
broth cloth froth moth
OTHE (see OOTH) clothe                loathe
lu
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