They ain't finished as they ort to be, and I would not wear 'em.
We all felt that Mahala had ort to took the money to get her a new dress.
I d' know's I ort to say so, but this here district No. 34 is a poot' tol'able hard school to teach.
For my part,' she added, 'I've seen one thing that was as it ort to be.
But anyway, the minute his senses come back, and he see where he wuz, you ort to see how he behaved.
It was ort Hippisley, of course, that waited for Prue outside the gate.
I told her "if she wanted a Government quilt, and wanted it appropriate, she ort to have it a crazy-quilt."
Sometimes in the hack Prue would permit ort to keep his arm round her.
Don't you think we ort to let the rest know what we're expectin' to do?
It ort to been called mule-hide for it was about that tough.
"remains of food left from a meal," mid-15c., probably cognate with early Dutch ooraete, Low German ort, from or-, privative prefix, + etan "to eat" (see eat (v.)). Perhaps from an unrecorded Old English word.