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OUGHT, compare ORT
OUP (see OOP)
aught
sought
OUR, compare OOR, ORB
bought
taught
bower
power
brought
thought
dower
scour
caught
wrought
cower
sour
fought
besought
flour
tower
fraught
bethought
hour
deflower
naught
forethought
lour
devour
nought
methought
ought
OUR A
(see ORN, URN)
OUL
(see OLE, OWL.)
ours
OURS
OULD (see OLD, UD)
ounce:
bounce               ounce
flounce               pounce
denounce           renounce pronounce
OUND
The plurals of nouns and the third person singular of verbs in our, ower; as hours, towers, devours.
OURSE (see ORSE)
OUS (see US)
OUSE, compare OWSE
bound
aground
found
around
frown'd
compound
ground
confound
hound
expound
mound
profound
pound
propound
round
rebound
sound
resound
wound(towi
nd)surround
abound
OUNT
count
discount
fount
dismount
mount
miscount
account
remount
amount
surmount
chouse
dowse
grouse
house louse mouse
OUT
bout
clout
doubt
drought
gout
grout
out
pout
rout
scout
shout
snout
spout
sprout
stout
tout
trout
about
devout
misdoubt
redoubt
throughout
without
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