Correct spelling for HASTILLY

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Possible correct spellings for hastilly

  • Tastily
  • Hostler
  • Hostel
  • Hostility
  • Hustle
  • Handily
  • Heartily
  • Distill
  • The old method of determining the amount of paraffine in petroleum was to carry out the refining process on a small scale; that is, to distill the residue from the kerosene oils to coking, chill out the paraffine, press it thoroughly between filter paper, and weigh the residue.

  • Hostelry
  • Hazily
  • Hastily
  • Hostilely
  • Hasting
  • Gustily
  • Pastille
  • Mistily
  • Testily
  • Renew One Strength
  • Hardily
  • Castillo
  • Senor antonio canovas del castillo, prime minister of spain, sojourned at santa agueda.

  • Mustily
  • Hostile
  • Ever Present
  • Ghastly
  • Lastly
  • Hostiles
  • Hastier
  • Nastily
  • Huskily
  • Still
  • Chastely
  • The sofa pillows had been rearranged so that the effect of their grouping was less bizarre than that favored by the western women; a horrid little buddhist idol with its eyes fixed on its abdomen, had been chastely hidden behind a dresden shepherdess, as unfit for the scrutiny of polite eyes; and on the table where miss prudence did work in water colors, after the fashion of the impressionists, lay a prim and impossible composition representing a moss-rose and a number of heartsease, colored with that caution which modest spinster artists instinctively exercise.

  • Lustily
  • Vastly
  • Bastille
  • After much parley between de jacqueville and the governor, the latter consented, on the order of the duke of burgundy's friends, to hand over to them sir peter des essars and his brother sir anthony, who were both supporters of the orleanists and had come to paris secretly, and had by the orders of the duke of aquitaine been admitted as guests to the bastille.

  • Hasty