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Origin of aught1
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verb (used with object) Scot.
- ownership; possession.
- property; a possession.
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Example sentences from the Web for aught
And indeed I spake to Juturna that she should help her brother; but aught else I know not.Stories from Virgil|Alfred J. Church
Law and justice, my son, are fearfu' things for an honest man to have aught to do wi'.The Road to Paris|Robert Neilson Stephens
The necessity of caring for the pack-horse, perhaps better than aught else, served to restore his faculties.The Frontiersmen|Charles Egbert Craddock
For aught you or I know, every man in the world may be arguing with a Maisie of his own.'The Light That Failed|Rudyard Kipling
There was no time for Farfrae to do aught but one thing, to close with Henchard, for the latter had come on at once.The Mayor of Casterbridge|Thomas Hardy