boughten vs bought :

boughten vs bought

boughten or bought

Bought is the past tense of the original word, 'buy' which means to purchase something or an item for a price paid for with currency.

"I bought some watermelons on my way back."

Boughten is an inappropriate word formulated in an attempt to get a past participle for the word, buy. It should be avoided totally in writings.



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Definitions

  • s  purchased; not homemade
    my boughten clothes
News & Articles

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    Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are patient when it comes to the real estate market. The couple bought a Pacific Palisades home back in 1989, when Tom was fresh off his Oscar nomination for Big and was on the cusp of becoming a bona fide Hollywood star. Now, with long careers behind them and three [...] Tom Hanks And Rita Wilson Selling Mansion They Bought 25 Years Ago is a post from: The Inquisitr
    June 15, 2013 - The Inquisitr
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    June 14, 2013 - The Salt Lake Tribune
  • Buyer Beware, Books Bought At Chappaqua Library’s Used Book Sale Could Be Carrying Bed Bugs
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    June 14, 2013 - CBS New York