Origin of aught1
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- ownership; possession.
- property; a possession.
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How to use aught in a sentence
But during the aughts, the stunning actress had to fight back against being typecast.Jessica Alba on 'Sin City,' Typecasting, and How Homophobia Pushed Her Away From the Church|Marlow Stern|August 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hezbollah has been flying them over Lebanon since the mid-aughts.
Early in the aughts, Wall Street whistled, and neither Clinton nor de Blasio barked.
So when he graduated from antihero to pop stalwart in the mid-aughts, the rap world largely lost interest.‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2’ Review: Eminem’s a Great Rapper With Nothing to Say|Rawiya Kameir|November 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The hated fur boot that rose to prominence in the early aughts is slowly creeping back into favor in the fashion world.
"Ay, and aughts," replied Sancho, and in replying he let the stream wash his fingers.The Story of Don Quixote|Arvid Paulson, Clayton Edwards, and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
But seem like she's added aughts that a-way so long she can't think to add 'em no other way.Sonny, A Christmas Guest|Ruth McEnery Stuart
But these young uns, thats able to stir about and help themselves, they think aughts good eno for me.The Days of My Life|Mrs. Oliphant