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Got

Definition of got:

Common misspellings:

  • agt (0.5%)
  • goot (2.3%)
  • goten (0.5%)
  • govt (2.3%)
  • gots (6.6%)
  • goto (2.8%)
  • gotta (9.4%)
  • gonna (0.3%)
  • gt (5.1%)
  • cought (0.3%)
  • runed (0.3%)
  • og (0.3%)
  • gat (7.9%)
  • ot (25.2%)
  • fot (2.8%)
  • gotton (0.5%)
  • gotthe (0.3%)
  • gotted (0.3%)
  • goth (0.3%)
  • layed (0.3%)
  • igot (0.3%)
  • gon (0.3%)
  • goe (0.3%)
  • gor (8.9%)
  • grap (0.3%)
  • git (5.3%)
  • gto (1.0%)
  • gota (3.1%)
  • ghot (0.3%)
  • giot (0.5%)
  • gotin (0.5%)
  • gopt (1.8%)
  • oot (0.3%)
  • grapped (0.3%)
  • grt (0.3%)
  • gotr (1.8%)
  • gort (0.5%)
  • goit (0.5%)
  • gott (4.1%)
  • gpt (1.5%)
  • ugot (0.5%)

Usage examples for Got:

  • No. I haven't got that far yet. "The High Calling" – Charles M. Sheldon
  • " I've got nothing," answered Lygon. "Northern Lights" – Gilbert Parker
  • I only wish I could have got more for my money. "God's Good Man" – Marie Corelli
  • " Why, if I got out-" " What then?" "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill" – Winston Churchill

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