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example of words ends in gh but sounds f
These are the ones I know, some of which have variant pronunciations other than [f]: chough, clough, cough, enough, hiccough, horselaugh, laugh, rough, slough, sough, tough, trough. With <gh> in midword there are also laughter and draughts. Notice that always the <gh> has <au> or <ou> right in front of it.
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