It ought to be fine tomorrow.
One ought to be true to oneself.
You ought to be quiet in a library.
She ought to be at the office by now.
He ought to be ashamed of his ignorance.
My girl friend ought to be here by this time.
Take the world as it is, not as it ought to be.
She is a lady, and ought to be treated as such.
He is a scholar, and ought to be treated as such.
Everyone ought to be a master of his own destiny.
He is a gentleman and ought to be treated as such.
He is a foreigner, and ought to be treated as such.
They left at o’clock, so they ought to be home by .
We ought to be more interested in environmental issues.
Women ought to be as glad to be women as men are to be men.
John Maynard Keynes once said that words ought to be a little wild for they are the assaults of thought on the unthinking.
Goethe once said, “Treat people as though they were what they ought to be, and you help them become what they are capable of being.
Anton Chekov wrote, “The Lord God has given us vast forests, immense fields, wide horizons, surely we ought to be giants, living in such a country as this.
maybe I’ll have a hair of the dog.
Whoa, hold up a mo! Here, I cooked roast fish for this morning.
You ought to be able to eat this OK.
ce stated, “In England we have come to rely upon a comfortable time lag of fifty years or a century intervening between the perception that something ought to be done, and a serious attempt to do it.
Regulators ought to be fired for causing this much panic,” he added.
321465 I don’t know who hires these kids, but they ought to be commended.
If they so wish, they ought to be given either full statehood or independence.
But it seems to me that ought to be one of the things we get rid of,” he said.
“Ignorance is no excuse, but to be fair to the public, the signs ought to be up.