Correct spelling for HASTALLY
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Possible correct spellings for hastally
- Scrounging Around
The effect of our bombardment was ghastly.
I went into dunkirk with mr. clegg, and got the usual hasty shopping done.
These, like true crusaders, met me, swaggering very heartily, and with their barrels of cider set, like so many cannon, across the road, over against a small hostel.
They were thrown into that terrible bastille, montjuich, and subjected to most horrible tortures.
The horse was very richly caparisoned, and wore in his headstall a plume of varied feathers.
Where are the lips from which thou hast stolen that cry?
At twelve miles another creek joined from some hills easterly, and immediately below the junction the bed was filled with green rushes.
When earl paul found that they had escaped, he set out in hot haste for the island of hoy, for he was determined that the dwarf, at least, should not escape.
A rather childish hat was perched upon her thin but carefully frizzed hair, and over her face floated a white veil, that was on a drawing string around the crown of the hat and drooped gracefully and chastely over the features beneath, after the fashion of 1860.
The future looked rather gray even through her habitually rose-colored glasses.
This afternoon we heard castillo speak in the plaza.
Skull: larger in every measurement taken; skull more massive; nasals flat, neither arched nor swollen distally; rostrum wider; nasofrontal region flattened or concave as opposed to convex; premaxillae relatively narrower; zygomatic arches heavier, especially in the processes of the maxillae; tympanic bullae smaller and less inflated ventrally; interpterygoid space generally more narrowly v-shaped; upper incisors longer and heavier; molariform teeth larger.
He put out his hand and helen hastily slipped her own into it.