Aught

• (n.) Alt. of Aucht • (n.) Anything; any part. • (adv.) At all; in any degree.
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Aught

Aught (at) adverb At all; in any degree. Chaucer.
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Aught

Aught noun [ Middle English aught , ought , awiht , Anglo-Saxon āwiht , ā ever + wiht . √136. See Aye ever, and Whit , Wight .] Anything; any part. [ Also written ought .] « There failed not aught
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aught

at all
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aught

aught (AWT) Anything whatever (for aught I know): Neither of his parents had aught but praise for him. (Louis Auchincloss). Now mostly used in some literary references; also, considered to be archaic.
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Aught

owned.
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Aught

to possess or belong to.
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