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Correct spelling for HOESTLY
We think the word hoestly is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for hoestly
- Horsefly(Definition of horsefly)
- Hostler(Definition of hostler)
- Mostly(Definition of mostly)
- Hosteler(Definition of Hosteler)
- Hastily(Definition of hastily)
- Honestly(Definition of honestly)
- Hostelry(Definition of hostelry)
- Hotly(Definition of hotly)
- Costly(Definition of costly)
- Hostel(Definition of hostel)
- Ghostly(Definition of ghostly)
- Hasty(Definition of hasty)
- Hoist(Definition of hoist)
- Hustle(Definition of hustle)
- Host(Definition of host)
- Hostile(Definition of hostile)
The bee, the wasp, the fly, the gnat, the mosquito, the horsefly, and the cicada.
Then hastily he opened his letters.
Honestly and frankly then, my dear little clara, yes.
She bought a costly and beautiful house, to prove to the wife of the chancellor that she had no thought of leaving berlin and returning to italy.
And now john fry strode into the hostel, with the air and grace of a short-legged man, and shouted as loud as if he was calling sheep upon exmoor,- 'hot mooton pasty for twoo trarv'lers, at number vaive, in vaive minnits!
They passed, for the most part, in ghostly silence, sometimes broken by the hum of the traffic below, by the horn of a cab or car.
Hasty preparations were made for defence.
He remembered the engineer who had fed his greasy overalls into the gearings of the hoist.
Sir marmaduke wade, on horseback-unguarded-followed by a host of sympathising friends!
I Gaze through the mist at the approaching host My hand finds the hilt of my sword Soon they are sundered their bodies we roast Their leader is hacked, mauled and gored– Battle Lust by GWAR